Caroline is available forProjects, radio documentaries, collaborations.
A story for NPR, about Karrie Keyes, the longtime live sound monitor engineer for the band Pearl Jam, reported by Caroline Losneck. Keyes founded SoundGirls, a support network for women and non-binary people working in the professional audio industry and to assist those with a drive to be successful in audio. Women make up only 5% of the professional workforce in audio and music production.
A short documentary film co-directed (and sound designed) by Caroline Losneck and Christoph Gelfand. For James Sewell, diving for scallops on the ocean floor off, Maine’s jagged coastline transcends making a living – it’s what keeps him alive. Mr. Sewell’s livelihood represents one that may not exist in the future. Only time will determine if the ocean’s ecosystem will survive with the same balance Mr. Sewell has found from a life spent in it.
Sometimes we find the story, sometimes the story finds us. Such is the case with this tale of two Keepers from the Pacific Northwest, the official/unofficial archivists for Pearl Jam. Caroline Losneck, a radio producer in Maine heard our Keepers series about activist archivists and rogue librarians and said to herself, “Hey wait a minute, what about that mythic vault in Seattle I’ve been hearing about for years filled to the brim with 30 years of Pearl Jam, who's keeping that?”
We are especially keen to put Caroline's story out now, as Pearl Jam, a notoriously activist band, has gone all in for registering young voters and getting out the vote since at least 2004 when they took their Vote for Change tour through the swing states of Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida registering as they went. This 2020 election is no exception.
Today Caroline Losneck and The Kitchen Sisters Present... Pearl Jam: It’s a Rock Band, Not the Smithsonian Produced in collaboration with Nathan Dalton and Brandi Howell. Mixed by Jim McKee.
Produced in collaboration with the Kitchen Sisters (Davia Nelson, Nikki Silva) for The Keepers Series: Stories of activist archivists, rogue librarians, curators, collectors and historians. Keepers of the culture and the cultures and collections they keep. Guardians of history, large and small, protectors of the free flow of information and ideas, eccentric individuals who take it upon themselves to preserve some part of our cultural heritage. A series on NPR’s Morning Edition and our podcast, The Kitchen Sisters Present.
- Voice Coaching
- Tape Syncs
- Sound Design
- Social Media
- Scrubbing and Audio Editing
- Logistics and Coordination
- Grant Writing
- Field Recording
- Field Producing
- Final Cut Pro
- Hindenburg Pro
- Pro Tools
- Recording Studio
- Specialized mics