An attorney-turned producer and director, Peghin's first producing credit came in 1998 as the producer for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Gemini Award-winning children's series, Scoop and Doozie.
Peghin was the VP of Production, Producer and Director at WAS Productions, Co-Executive Producer and Series Director of the automotive documentary-lifestyle television series, Chop Cut Rebuild. In 2012, Peghin was nominated for a national Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lifestyle Program for Chop Cut Rebuild.
In 1999 Peghin was a series producer and a director of the Comedy Network's series, Slightly Bent TV, for which he was nominated for two Leo Awards in the categories of Best Music, Comedy or Variety Program or Series and Best Director of a Music, Comedy or Variety Program or Series. That same year, in 2000, he produced the series, Suckerpunch, also for the Comedy Network, which received a Leo-nomination for Best Editing in a Music, Comedy or Variety Program or Series.
Peghin was recruited by Vancouver animation studio Atomic Cartoons in 2003 to be the studio's Chief Operating Officer and Producer. In addition to his function as the studio's COO and producer, Peghin also acted as legal counsel for several of the productions.