Matt Cahill is a writer and psychotherapist. He spent many years working in film and TV – a graduate of Sheridan College, he proceeded to work on about as wide a variety of projects as humanly possible: from TV commercials to long-form childrens’ programming; from a French-language operatic interpretation of Romeo & Juliet to the exploding cinematic entrails of SAW 3D. He holds an Honors Certificate from the 1999-2000 Daytime Emmy Awards for his work on Mary Cassatt: American Impressionist. He taught for two years for Humber College’s post-graduate Post Production program. He reads high-falutin’ books, plays soccer, and occasionally plays drums. He lives on the outskirts of Toronto’s Kensington Market.
This is a continuation of a blog started in 2006 on Blogspot. It was moved here, to its own domain, in the summer of 2011. The name Imaginary Magnitude is inspired from a book written by Stanislaw Lem.