I'm a Brooklyn-based multimedia storyteller and freelance audio producer.
My multi-platform storytelling projects, Winters Past and Frontier of Change, explore connections between climate and culture through immersive audio, experiential storytelling and live events. I'm currently developing a multi-platform project in partnership with NPR's Storylab about treaties between the US government and Native Nations.
My other work includes everything from NPR Jazz documentaries, to a podcast about death ceremonies in Madagascar for Roads and Kingdoms, to a crowdsourced storytelling project about the NYC commute, to experiential soundwalks and community events documenting climate change in Alaska which recently won the 2017 Online Journalism Award for Audio Digital Storytelling.
I have 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.