- Minneapolis, MN
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An episode exploring the reasons why so many people in American cities still don't have internet access — and how activists and local governments are pushing back
A 35 minute documentary about the constant exchange of land between the dead and the living in modern Singapore—as told through one particularly intriguing cemetery-turned-housing-project.
A radio story about one London football club that makes it easy for lifelong fans to become eternal fans — and the impact it’s having on families of the deceased
An audio essay exploring the emotional—and environmental—impacts of our physical and virtual remains
An audio story about the unexpected origins of the word "mesmerize," and how a disproven 18th century medical phenomenon continues to shape psychology today.
A Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists Award-winning personal audio essay on skateboarding with chronic illness
Check out my written work—featured in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, National Geographic, Atlas Obscura, Wildsam Field Guides, and more—by clicking the text above.
A story-driven historical documentary uncovering why the Twin Cities’ skyway systems aren’t just intriguing cold-weather designs—they’re also an architecture of literal and figurative division that many feel segregate our downtowns and harm the streets below.
A 40 minute documentary explaining why this South Minneapolis apartment building used to be called “The Infantorium,” and how premature babies and the incubators that kept them alive were amusement park sideshows for over four decades.
Winner of a Minnesota SPJ Award, my independently researched, written, edited, and produced audio documentary tells stories of the intersections—and shortcomings—of Minnesota’s women’s suffrage and temperance movements. The 45-minute doc uses the stories of women from 100 years ago to show how Minnesota’s temperance movement set the stage for its women’s suffrage movement. But it also shows how white temperance leaders—and, by proxy, many early white suffragists—failed to engage working class, immigrant, Black, and Native women.
My five-part series with WNYC's On the Media. About how one side of the political spectrum came to dominate talk radio—and how one company is building a right wing media empire from the airwaves.
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- Public Historian at Lakewood Cemetery
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