Kim Brunhuber is a CBC correspondent now based in Los Angeles. He has travelled the world from Sierra Leone to Afghanistan as a videojournalist, shooting and editing his own pieces for TV, radio and online.
Brunhuber started as a producer for CBC Radio in Ottawa, and since has been based in Halifax, Montreal, Calgary, and Toronto. As the former host of The National on Saturdays, he is one of the first news anchors anywhere to shoot, cut, and then introduce his own pieces to a national audience.
His novel Kameleon Man was a finalist for two awards, and his writing appeared in an anthology of the best black Canadian writing. He's now hard at work on his second novel. In addition to his love of literature, Brunhuber is an incurable sports addict. When he's not writing, he can be found on the soccer pitch, or spending time with his lovely wife and impish baby boy.
Born in Montreal, Brunhuber has a bachelor's degree and master's degree in journalism from Carleton University.