In 2006, Amber was selected as the "Best Geek Personality" by NOW Magazine.
Amber hosted Torrent and Gadgets & Gizmos for G4TechTV Canada. Torrent is a weekly one-hour television Internet-culture show featuring interviews and pop-tech stories that originally were podcasts. It is the first time ever that a network has made a show that selected the best podcasts for broadcast. Gadgets & Gizmos is a half hour show covering the latest news, products and trends in the world of technology.
Additional information on Amber's vidcast show CommandD can be found on it's website at commandn.typepad.com .
Is rumored to currently be dating former TechTV/G4 personality Kevin Rose.
In the great tech debate of PC versus Macintosh, Amber began as a PC person but later was turned into a Mac person with the help of her brother Jeff.
Amber was first introduced to television viewers as a guest on the show Call for Help, which she would later become a Co-host and a Producer for.
Amber was influential in getting her CommandN vidcasts available at iTunes.
Amber has post-graduate Bachelor of Journalism degrees in Broadcast and in Online Journalism. Both were attained from University of King's College.
Amber regulary attends and is a frequent guest speaker at the Information Technology Association of Prince Edward Island (ITAP) annual conference.
While in graduate school, Amber received an Honourable Mention in Online Journalism at the 1999 Atlantic Journalism Awards.
Worked as an associate television reporter at CBC-TV in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
Worked as an associate television reporter in her home town at CBC-TV in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Amber worked as the Opinions Editor for Dalhousie University's college newspaper.
Has an older brother named Jeff.
Amber was the Writer and Branding Strategist at Razorfish studios.
While at HigherMarkets, Amber was also the Managing Editor of "The Pulse", HigherMarkets' bi-weekly newsletter.
Amber spent three years as Director of Web Marketing at the software start-up company HigherMarkets.
Amber and her brother Jeff produce a weekly techology news video show online called commandN.
She began her journalism career in high school by contributing to the "Youth Page" articles of the Ottawa Citizen.
Her hobbies include running, snowboarding, and spontaneous road trips.
Amber was a judge for the 2000 Webby Awards.
She is currently the Web Strategy Manager for Microsoft Canada's "Microsoft Home Magazine".
Amber earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Dalhousie University.
Amber: Today, on Call for Help.