I help producers in making original, egnaging and memorable podcasts.
You have an idea, or perhaps you already have tape recorded, but are unsure of what to do next. I can help. Together, we will develop the story, map production elements, workshop dream tape, everything to realize the story you want to tell.
The story that wants to be told.
Freelance independent audio producer for 15+ years, contributing to NPR’s All Things Considered, PRI’s The World, This American Life, Market Place and many others. Reporting from over 50 countries including Iraq, Afghanistan and Haiti.
Available during any stage of development from idea workshopping, to tape gathering, to scripting, to structuring. I can help with the whole range of production from line-level edits to episodic mapping and narrative threading. I work with individuals or organizations.
Former lecturer at the Stanford Storytelling Project where I taught podcast storytelling. I was also the managing editor of the longest running inquiry driven podcast/radio series on campus doing exactly and expertly what I can offer you.
Oh, and grants supervisor for long-form student documentary projects overseeing all aspects of their projects.
I also consulted various departments on how to narrativize their research and corporate consulting outside campus in the Silicon Valley jungle. And survived.