I am an independent audio producer. I studied radio production & storytelling at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and at the Center for Documentary Studies, where I later worked as an assistant for their audio documentary workshops. 


On the 150th anniversary of the Navajo Treaty, young Navajo grapple with their traumatic history produced for PRI's The World, in collaboration with Jacyln Roessel, a citizen of the Navajo Nation. 

 

Transplanted Traditions: From Southeast Asia to North Carolina produced for the Gravy Podcast. This piece came together from teaching a summer audio documentary workshop to seven Karen refugee teenagers at the Transplanting Traditions Community Farm in Carrboro, North Carolina. This is story of their interwoven voices and experiences as they learned audio gear, recording, interviewing, and keeping an audio diary. "From pop songs on the radio to intimate moments in the kitchen with their families, they provide us, in this episode, with a little glimpse into their world."

If the audio doesn't play after a few seconds, please click on the link in the description to go directly to the website. 

 

Brothers, Soldiers, Farmers produced for the excellent Gravy Podcast.
This story was selected as a Notable Podcast for the week it aired. 


I made other stories for Third Coast's competitions over the years:
This one is about ghosts in the cemetery near my house. 

This one is about loss.

 

Other stories I have produced: