the writer

"Faithful Re-enactments of Scenes that Never Happened"

Dave Moses is an award-winning television writer and producer.

He moved to Vancouver from Prince Edward Island to work on CTV’s acclaimed series Robson Arms and went on to write for shows as diverse as CBC’s Heartland and the Comedy Network’s Hiccups.


Recently he began applying his storytelling skills to the world of documentary and unscripted series and was the Series Producer of Paramedics: Life on the Line, which premiered on The Knowledge Network April, 2019. He was also Co-executive Producer of Slice’s The Real Housewives of Toronto and Series producer of the award-winning doc series Emergency Room: Life and Death at VGH for the Knowledge Network.

Dave's love of magic and television finally came together when he produced the surprise hit "Tricked" for YTV.


Dave also gives talks and workshops on film and TV writing to individuals and organizations that want to improve the stories they want to capture, create, revise or share.

You can see the award-winning Paramedics: Life on the Line, on the Knowledge Network. Or watch it here.

... and producer

As well as being a TV writer, Dave is a television producer.  He was the Series Producer for the Knowledge Network programs: Emergency Room: Life and Death @ VGH  and Paramedics: Life on the Line.

He also produced TV and Web Series for other magicians including, Tricked with Eric LeClerc, on YTV...

... and the hilarious Drunk Magic, for Penn and Teller Fool Us, Fooler, Wes Barker

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