I'm a Brooklyn-based multimedia storyteller and audio producer.
Current work includes The Trip - a podcast for James Beard award-winning travel and food site, Roads and Kingdoms. A new experimental audio project for the Guardian US, coming Winter 2018.
My multi-platform storytelling projects Winters Past and Frontier of Change (winner of the 2017 Online Journalism Award for Audio Digital Storytelling) explore connections between climate and culture through immersive soundwalks, experiential storytelling and live events. Inter(Nation)al explores the hidden history of treaties between the US government and Native Nations through video, animation and audio - produced in partnership with NPR's Storylab and the Pulitzer Center.
Other work includes Sierra Club's The Land I Trust, NPR Jazz documentaries, and a crowdsourced storytelling project about the NYC commute.
I hold a B.A. in American Studies from Vassar College and an M.A. in Media Studies from The New School. I also studied radio at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.
For production, partnership and consulting inquires, check out my production company, Future Projects.