DIGITAL PRODUCTION & Podcast consulting
Audio | podcasts | audio books
Associate producer for Theft by Finding Diaries, Volume 1 by David Sedaris audiobook for Hachette Audio.
Right Now O'Clock is an audio piece I produced for the Genentech Corporate Employee Giving department. It was recorded onsite at the Addario Lung Cancer Foundation before and during a Lung Cancer Living Room event. From founder Bonnie Addario: “I realized there was this huge injustice facing people with lung cancer. There was a stigma attached because it was seen as a smoker’s disease. It wasn’t getting the funding for research and patients weren’t getting the same care they should have. That just lit my fire.”
Decoding the Secret to Confidence, produced for GE Digital. This piece aired on Inflection Point with Lauren Schiller and 51% with Allison Dunne on WAMC Northeast Public Radio. It was recorded onsite at GE's Design Foundry in San Ramon, California in November, 2016. Sixty middle school girls came to GE for a Harry Potter-themed #codelikeagirl STEM event where they learned how to create code - and magic.
Voiceover for 99% Invisible podcast episode #235 - Ten Letters for the President
I'm an alto voice in the data choir for Reveal. Find out how they calculated and sonified the sound of disparity.
Top 10 Finalist for KCRW 2016 Radio Race. Co-produced in 24 hours for the theme "out of range" along with co-producer Claire Mullen (Reveal).
PUBLIC RADIO - long form
Shake it - a modern Polaroid love story is an art, design, and technology public radio documentary co-produced with Vanessa Lowe of Nocturne.
This sound-rich documentary features personal storytelling along with interviews with author, photographer, and editor Christopher Bonanos, filmmaker Gus Van Sant, film evangelist Dave Bias, and the photographers of polaroidsf.com. Shake it includes music from indie artists, and wonderful audio from the 1972 mini-film that the Eames Studio produced for Polaroid. This documentary debuted in April of 2014 on WNYC in New York and has aired on more than 65 public radio stations nationwide.
"Captivated by this story. I'm a prodigious consumer and producer of digital images, but remembering the Polaroid slowed me down a bit and made me appreciate that irreplaceable artifact." -- KQED listener comment
AUDIO & PODCAST
Turning Points - A message from Jennifer Rainin, CEO of the Kenneth Rainin Foundation, as an audio companion to the Foundation's 2014 annual report about their work in arts, education, and healthcare.