Award-winning audio production: podcasts, radio & audio guides.
PICK ME UP - GIMLET CREATIVE
Pick Me Up is a documentary podcast, profiling drivers who are chasing big dreams. Each episode, we’re hitching a ride to find out where they’re coming from, and help them get where they’re going.
Pick Me Up is a co-production of Lyft and Gimlet Creative.
PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART - AUDIO GUIDE
"Wild" is an exhibit of nature photographs documenting the world’s most incredible creatures. This children's audio guide is based on conversations between the artist - National Geographic’s preeminent nature photographer Mike Nichols - and local schoolchildren.
Winner of a 2018 MUSE Award.
MoMA AUDIO GUIDES
Permanent collection and temporary exhibit guides produced for both children and adults in New York’s preeminent modern art museum.
USS MIDWAY AIRCRAFT CARRIER - AUDIO GUIDE
This audio guide covers everyday life, the inner workings of machinery, and the airplanes on board this warship-turned-museum in San Diego.
Listed among the top ten museums in America, this tour will serve over one million visitors annually.
The tour is narrated by a former Vietnam-era fighter pilot, who shares his own stories, evoking memories of the past and questioning what it means to be a hero.
This audio tour is enhanced with binaural sound design. To access this stop on the tour, visitors must climb down into the belly of the ship to a room full of knobs, dials, and pipes.
GREENWICH VILLAGE AUDIO GUIDE - DETOUR
New Yorker, poet, and feminist Eileen Myles leads a narrative walk through Greenwich Village. It’s a coming-of-age story entwined with history of the neighborhood's radical women who changed the world, from birth control to gay marriage, from prison reform to social security.
DEUTSCHE WELLE RADIO DOCUMENTARY
New York City is known for its glass skyscrapers and high-speed business deals - but it's also the home of a strong movement for community driven urban agriculture. These gardens are now threatened by a new development boom and rising real estate prices. Broadcast on "The World in Progress."
THE CRAZY YEARS: PARIS AUDIO GUIDE - DETOUR
Kiki de Montparnasse was a painter's model and "queen" of the bohemian art scene in 1920s Paris. A reimagined Kiki, dancing between fact and fiction through a voice actress, narrates this audio tour in Paris' former art neighborhood. Through her own life, "Kiki" explains the artistic ideas of her friends - from Picasso to Hemingway - and the huge shifts in society between the wars
ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE: SOHO, NYC AUDIO GUIDE - DETOUR
Now a shopper's paradise, 1960s and 70s SoHo was teeming with radical artists who transformed the area's run-down manufacturing into studio lofts. This tour, narrated by a lifelong SoHo resident and historian, includes a scavenger hunt, secret artworks, and surprise visit to a 19th century warehouse-turned-artist's loft alongside interviews with artists, gallerists, and former residents.
UNION SQUARE PARK AUDIO GUIDE - DETOUR
One of New York's premier architects tells the story of Union Square Park's contentious design - a power struggle between landscape architect Fredrick Law Olmsted and the city's most notoriously corrupt politician, "Boss" Tweed.
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS: NEW ORLEANS AUDIO GUIDE - DETOUR
An intimate tour of the playwright's adopted home in the French Quarter neighborhood. A permissive city in the conservative South where gay culture began to find a foothold in the 1950s, he found a haven here to be free. Narrated and co-authored by William's historian and friend.
CELEBRATING MARDI GRAS: NEW ORLEANS AUDIO GUIDE - DETOUR
This tour takes a listener through the story of two traditions: the historic, elite secret societies which started the parades in the 19th century, and the African-American Mardi Gras Indian tribes. Two voices intertwine to narrate these two traditions, tracing history back to the city's founding.
ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION
Casting for PBS television documentary on aging in America
Television sports documentary: The Road to Invictus, for EPIX
News producer, Radio France International English service, Paris
Documentaries in French for France Inter's premiere cultural program, L'Humeur Vagabonde
Documentaries produced from Cambodia for CBC and BBC World Service
NEW ORLEANS: Gumbo - A food tour, exploring the cultures that shaped this iconic dish.
NEW ORLEANS: Treme - America's oldest African-American neighhborhood.
NEW ORLEANS: Absinthe - The ups and downs of the "green fairy"; a drinking tour with stops.
NEW ORLEANS: Storyville - Exploring the birth of jazz in the city's historical "vice" district.
MARRAKESH: the Medina - A dive into the lives and music of souk Jamaa el Fna.
LONDON: Westminster - Follow a fictional politician in a jaunt around the seat of British gov't.
LONDON: Clerkenwell - A 1000-year long history of revolution and working class dissent.
PARIS: The Crazy Years - the story of bohemian 1920s Paris through the eyes of an artist’s model
Editor of Rising Voices, a project of online news website Global Voices.
Smithsonian Hirshhorn Contemporary Art Museum - permanent collection audio guide
Adlandia Podcast - Panoply - highlighting trends with some of advertising's most inspiring talent.
Master's level course in Digital Innovation and Storytelling at The Sorbonne - School of Journalism and Communications (CELSA).
Master - Critical Media and Cultural Studies, The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
Bachelor - International Affairs, Skidmore College, New York