Vincent C. Torrieri
Presentation Skills Coach
Currently: English Media Relations
English Copy Editor, English Voice Overs, English News Briefs and Press Releases
Extensive knowledge and experience regarding research and reporting news.
Worked as a Reporter in Print, Radio and TV at the following:
Charities: The Myelin Project, (Public Relations for the Canadian Chapter); the building of a summer camp and pilgrimage in Gravenhurst Ontario Canada; the building of a children’s hospital in San Salvador.
Worked and trained at LIFT –
Film Workshop – The Hollywood Film Institute
Vincent C. Torrieri
Produced, directed and written the Columbus Bet –
The Columbus Bet –A Kitchen Farce – Italian style! Luigi bets his entire family fortune at the racetrack on the three horses that helped Christopher Columbus discover America.
Fiction Writer: Who Killed Mrs. French?
Bachelor of Arts – York University
Bachelor of Applied Arts – Ryerson Journalism-https://www.ryerson.ca/graduate/journalism/
Cambridge CELTA Teaching Certificate
General Beat Reporter at University newspapers including:
Training Seminars –
Media Training courses are customed tailored to meet the demands of the clients.
Media Training is important for:
- Professional Actors
- Any Public Figure
- Those who want to look, sound, and act media ready before a media call.
Be the Go-To-Person in your field
The course teaches the Process of being interviewed
- Read verbal and physical cues
- How to be clear about your objective
- “Style” is everything. How to be confident, calm and clear in an interview.
- Soundbites – Packaging your message.
- Tone of voice
- Develop your I.Q. model
How to listen?
Look. Inquire. Summarize. Take Note. Encourage. Neutral
“His talent was obvious from the start. He has a knack for digging out stories. Willing to work tirelessly until the work was done.” Mark Bulgutch
“Vince Torrieri has earned my admiration for his professional manner.” Vic De Zen
Vic De Zen – founder of plastics maker Royal Group Technologies
“Vince was an outstanding Editorial Editor.” John Miller –
From Scoops to Hollywood Screenplays