Caerwent's Owner/Chief Researcher
Caerwent HouseStories owner/head researcher Robin Burgoyne (MA specializing in Canadian History) has a background in real estate as well as university training in history and research. Houses and their histories are in Robin's blood. She brings intuition, experience and knowledge to each and every one of the numerous house history projects that she creates. " My house histories are very much like short stories with their central characters based upon the houses and the people who have lived there." Her well-honed research and writing skills allow her to give her clients the most interesting and in-depth story possible.
Since early childhood, Peter Liu spent decades developing his artistic talent and drawing techniques. A passion for local history and heritage buildings, took him from a career in engineering into architecture. Liu’s extensive portfolio reveals his deep passion for art, travel and architecture and documents memorable landmarks found on four continents - including Asia, Australia, Europe and North America.
Settling in Toronto, Liu loves discovering the unique history of our charming neighbourhoods and what has drawn people here over the years.
Robert J. Hoshowsky
Robert J. Hoshowsky's work has been published in over 100 magazines and newspapers, including Maclean's, the Globe and Mail, Film Score Monthly, the Toronto Star, Homemaker's, and La presse. He is the author of several True Crime books, including the Arthur Ellis nominated The Last to Die: Ronald Turpin, Arthur Lucas, and the End of Capital Punishment in Canada and Unsolved: True Canadian Cold Cases. A former Researcher-Reporter at Maclean’s magazine, he has also contributed to top-rated television programs, including the Canadian version of Who Wants to be a Millionaire. He lives in Toronto, and can be reached through his website at www.truecrimecanada.com