I’m a multi-platform producer, educator and artist. I’ve conceived and produced multi-platform shows for NPR Music, the Guardian US, the Sierra Club, Audible Originals, NPR Storylab and the Anchorage Museum. I’m currently developing an geolocation audio news app, funded by ONA’s Journalism 360 initiative.
Over the past decade I’ve created many immersive audio projects including Winters Past, which examined global warming through site specific, interactive audio tours, and Frontier of Change, a multimedia project that won the 2017 Online Journalism Award for Audio Digital Storytelling. I co-created the NPR StoryLab reporting project Inter(Nation)al, which examines the legacy of treaties through radio, video and animation. I’ve led multi-platform storytelling intensives for NYU, AIR, UnionDocs and Monson Arts. I will be release an original narrative podcast with Audible Originals this Fall.
In 2018 I co-founded the audio-first multimedia production company, Future Projects Media, with partner Isaac Kestenbaum.
I hold a Bachelors in American Studies from Vassar and a Masters in Media Studies from The New School. I’m also an alum of the Salt Institute of Documentary Studies. I currently live in Portland, ME with my husband and son.