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Eve Abrams

Member since 2008

Eve is available for

I'm interested in editing, reporting and producing work, especially for documentaries.
  • Editing
  • Engineering
  • Producing
  • Recording
  • Reporting
  • Voice

About Eve

Eve has been recording the voices, sounds, and stories of her adopted hometown, New Orleans, for thirteen years and counting. Eve is an independent radio producer, writer, educator, and audio documentarian. Her stories air on all manner of nationally syndicated radio shows and podcasts, most recently: 30 for 30, Reveal, and 70 Million. Eve's audio project, Unprisoned (a 2017 Peabody finalist!), tells the human stories behind mass incarceration. You can subscribe to Unprisoned as a podcast or hear it terrestrially on New Orleans' public radio station, WWNO, and also on New Orleans' African American owned and operated WBOK (real talk for real times!) Eve is an organizer of New Orleans' Listening Lounge and she teaches several times a week for the Society for Relief of Destitute Orphan boys. (no lie.) Eve edited the New Orleans history show, Tripod. Eve's writing is published in UNFATHOMABLE CITY, the New Orleans atlas, WHERE WE KNOW: NEW ORLEANS AS HOME, Fourth Genre, Wesleyan Magazine, Offbeat Magazine, and Louisiana Cultural Vistas. She is the co-author of the book, PRESERVATION HALL.

Experience

Equipment

  • FTP, ISDN etc
  • Hard Disc/Flash recorder
  • Pro Tools
  • Specialized mics