In the fall of 2014, as I was preparing for the end of my doctoral degree, I was contacted by a musician from California, who was working on a documentary about Scott Ross. Bruce was looking for harpsichord players from or living in Québec, trying to piece together Scott Ross' life and legacy in the belle province.
At the time, I was on a road-trip around northern Virginia, visiting Thomas and Barbara Wolf and learning some more about harpsichord regulation. Bruce and Jon, the project's sound-and-image expert, would be in Montreal just as I was going back to Toronto, and they needed some help with French, which I was happy to provide. I realized that they had already hours' worth of interviews, many of them in French, from two filming trips they had already taken to Europe, and volunteered my time to transcribe and translate.