I’m an experienced reporter, producer, and editor (aka engineer and/or sound designer). Starting my audio career in a small public radio newsroom helped me develop all of these skills, and I’m always looking for ways to take them further.
Show producer — from editorial planning to mixing — for The Conversation US’ first podcast: Heat and Light, a narrative interview show about 1968 marrying personal stories, expert interviews and archival sound.
I’m the co-founder of Pizza Shark Productions, a full-service multimedia firm working with clients such as IDEO and the Harvard Business Review to design storytelling concepts and produce great pieces or series.
Longform reported piece on a new approach to policing the opioid crisis for the MacArthur Foundation-funded criminal justice podcast the 70 Million.
Investigative series on the effectiveness of worksite immigration raids for PRI’s The World.
Reported piece on hate crimes that don’t make headlines for Latino USA.
Reported longform essay about bilingualism in Miami for The World in Words.
Short essay about third-culture kid problems for PRI’s The World.
Bilingual longform essay about cultural assimilation for the Duolingo Podcast.
Audio editor and engineer for Crooked Media’s news and politics podcast Pod Save the People, hosted by activists DeRay Mckesson.
Editor and producer for this California Sunday Magazine piece, part of a multimedia issue and accompanying art exhibit on the meaning of home.
Engineer and sound designer for the Boston Globe’s Love Letters podcast.
Audio editor for Talking Machines, a podcast featuring human conversations about artificial intelligence.