Terence first took up writing in 1980, while working as the assistant editor of his high school newspaper.  From there, he expanded to writing for a wide variety of student/amateur films and plays. Terence spent three years studying communications theory and writing for the media in the Communication Studies Program of Montreal’s Concordia University, graduating with a B.A. in 1986.

In addition to his extensive work writing sketch comedy with his troupe The Vestibules, Terence has written for many different TV series, including Radio Active, Fries With That?, Sci-Squad, Leon and My Life Me.  He co-wrote Disco Inferno, a feature film screenplay which was optioned by Paramount Pictures. Other feature film screenplays include Owl Boy and The Madeinchis for Halifax Films.

Terence’s writing for the stage includes two one man shows of his own creation: Being Terence Bowman and Angst, Rage and Toy Ducks.

Terence is also an experienced blogger, article writer and copywriter. He has written for The National Post, www.denofgeek.com and for his own popular blog, “He Had on a Hat”.

As a copywriter, Terence’s past clients include Labatt Blue, Labatt 50, The Just For Laughs Festival and The Montreal International Improv Festival.

There are very few writing mediums left unconquered by the Bowman keyboard.

Writing samples can be seen below: