Bio: Former teacher, current podcast producer. I produce the podcast Slow Burn for Slate Podcasts. It's a great example of a freelance miniseries turning into something much bigger.
I got my start teaching myself documentary radio while working as a teacher in Brooklyn. My first project was an audio doc on the complexities of charter school special education.
Since then I've received a masters in journalism from Columbia University and have worked in various capacities for NPR newscasts, WNYC, Marketplace, The Story with Dick Gordon and Appalshop's Prison Poetry Workshop series. I've freelanced for Snap Judgment, PRI's The World and Studio 360. My piece with Studio 360 won a New York Associated Press award for best feature in 2014.
The bulk of my professional experience has been on the radio show and podcast BackStory, first as an associate producer and then as senior producer. I've managed every aspect of the production, a ten person staff, completely overhauled the production schedule and got the show on Panoply.fm's podcast network.
I currently live and work in the DC metro area.
Available For: Commentary/editorials, Consulting, Documentary production, Field Recording, Grant Writing, Interviewing, Mentoring, News Reporting, Post production, Program development, Promotion and Marketing, Public Radio, Sound Editing and Mixing, Tape Syncs
Equipment: FTP, ISDN etc, Hard Disc/Flash recorder, Minidisk Recorders, Other, Pro Tools, Recording Studio, Specialized mics
Professional Media Experience: Audio Art, Editorial work, Multimedia production, Podcasting, Radio Documentary, Radio Drama, Slideshow production, Social media strategy