- Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico
- Maplewood, NJ
Laura is available forEditing (Trained in Hindenburg and Pro Tools)
Experience: I'm a journalist, author and adjunct professor of narrative nonfiction. I've written for The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Literary Hub, and The New Republic. I'm the author of two books: "The Long Shadow of Small Ghosts: Murder and Memory in an American City," (Scribner, 2016) and a biography of Chef Eduardo "Lalo" Garcia, which will be published by W.W. Norton in 2021. I hold a BA in International Studies from Vassar College and an MFA in Nonfiction from Goucher College. Much of my work is related to immigration, but I've also reported deeply on science, crime, health, politics, food, and media. Audio Experience: I trained in Hindenburg at the Duke Center for Documentary Studies and in Pro Tools as a Futuro Studios intern. Currently, I'm the Associate Producer of Season 2 of iHeartRadio's Who Is? I've also produced segments for VPM's Social Distance Assistance and NPR's Latino USA. What I'm looking for: Editing Script writing Story development Research Reporting
The Long Shadow of Small Ghosts: Murder and Memory in an American City
Book published by Scribner in 2016. Deep dive into a death penalty case and its longterm impact on one community.
Inside the Slow-Motion Disaster at the Southern Border
Oral history of the family separation crisis for Literary Hub.
Yalitza Aparicio on Roma and the Politics of Stardom in Mexico
Arts Section feature for The New York Times about actress Yalitza Aparicio.
Mexico City Officials Shuttered This Restaurant, But the Owners Found A Way to Fight Back - and Not by Paying a Bribe.
Feature for The Los Angeles Times about corruption and restaurant culture in Mexico City.
- Field Producing
- Field Recording
- Scrubbing and Audio Editing
- Show Development
- Story Editing
- Tape Syncs
- Protools, Hindenburg, Zoom H4N.