- Asheville, NC
Bronwen is available forI’m primarily available for producing, scripting/writing, and research. I’m especially interested in working on narrative nonfiction, society and cultural, politics, psychology, and new fiction/narrative podcasts. Always open to being approached for new opportunities!
- Fact Checking
Every detour I have taken along my professional journey has been guided by a passion for creativity and a curiosity about the human condition. As an experienced storyteller with a diverse background in production, writing, community psychology, and digital content creation, I am excited to engage with others through AIR and join the next generation of new media leaders.
My work within community mental health has primed a sensitivity to the urgency of intersectional awareness, and I am passionate about culturally competent storytelling that examines the interrelationship between social issues and psychology. I believe behavior—at every level of societal organization—is contextual, and my journalistic aim is to conceptualize the stories impacting ours with regard to cultural influences and the psychological space.
As a refugee from the Hollywood writers' room, I'm devoted to creating new content that challenges the status quo.
From firsthand experience, I know how much language—and the meaning we attach to words—matters. It is impossible to separate mental health from the context of news reported or stories told, and I hope to play an influential role in humanizing the issues and reducing the prevalence of sensationalized inaccurate information that fuels prejudice and discrimination. I utilize narrative techniques informed by clinical theory to explore the interplay between social reality and the ways in which we assign meaning to the events in our lives.
The skills I cultivated as an executive assistant and screenwriter working in the fast-paced world of television production—excellent written and verbal communication skills, great time management, and ability to produce a high standard of work amidst tight deadlines—help me immensely in organizing creative ambitions.
Them’s the Rules is a society and culture podcast trying to wrap its head around the perplexities of human behavior, one rule at a time. Laced with existential mirth, each episode explores the historical, cultural, and philosophical context of a different rule or system of rules, from our social institutions to our New Year’s resolutions and everything in-between. By exposing the universal fault lines that run beneath everything we do, Them’s the Rules offers a new way of engaging in conversations around culture, politics, and society.
Host of Them's The Rules and writer Bronwen Clark joins Haley and Jordan to tell the story of Senda Berenson Abbott, the author of the first Basketball Guide for Women and the woman who brought basketball to Smith College. It marked the first time women played organized basketball. Chaos and restrictive rules ensued—including requiring the women to play in corsets and shoot with their pinkies up
- Story Editing
- Show Development
- Fact Checking