In early 2014, Peter Joynt was approached by RogersTV to be the subject of a mini documentary. Peter graciously accepted the invitation and was filmed by Todd Cameron over the course of several days in March 2014. Todd captured Peter in the studio, speaking at schools, and merely hanging out. The documentary first aired on RogersTV on December 31, 2014 and has since played regularly on the station. Almost a year later, the video was officially released on YouTube for all to see. Check out Feel Good on YouTube.

Peter Joynt Discusses Stuttering in CASLPA Feature Story

Peter was featured by the Canadian Association of Speech Pathologists & Audiologists (CASLPA) in the Spring 2012 Edition of their member publication. In the article and associated video, Peter discusses his stutter and the coping mechanisms he uses to deal with it on a daily basis. Learn more about his personal battle and triumph in the CASLPA ARTICLE and video below.  


The Joynt Talks Song Writing & Performs for Ottawa Folklore Centre Workshop

Peter was asked to be part of a song writing workshop for the Ottawa Folklore Centre. In this 20-minute video, he talks about his song writing techniques, his stutter and its relationship to music, and performs The Proposal at the 16:25 mark of the video.