From a radio piece I made for NPR in 2018. It featured archival material I reformatted while working with the Research, Archives, and Data Strategy team.
2. NPR - Whales, A Human History
A concept podcast called "From The Archives" - this piece is a half hour retrospective of NPR's science coverage of whales and whale song.
3. Smithsonian Center for Folklife - Vincent Palumbo
From one of many interviews, narratives, songs, and stories I worked on at the Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections. Open reel tape, metadata, QA… and a few laughs.
4. Smithsonian Folklife Magazine - Universal Capoeira
Capoeira Positioning Environment, Blackness, Gentrification in DC is an audio article written for the Smithsonian Folklife Magazine. Interviews, music, field recordings - lots of important moments.
5. Making Contact - #SayHerName
Making Contact is a weekly radio program that analyzes critical issues in social and environmental justice and showcases grassroots solutions. I worked as music curator for this piece on Yuvette Henderson, and also as field recordist and sound engineer for some other projects on the program.
6. Making Contact - The Electoral College Revisited
Radio production for Making Contact - this is a clip of a call to action I made for an edit of an earlier program, an encore. I also helped standardize the program's podcasting infrastructure.
7. UCLA RADIO - WWCS/DOTM Promo
Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? was a show I hosted on UCLA's college radio station. It ran for two years, and featured live performances and interviews with musicians and field recordists.
8. UCLA RADIO - CD DJ Demonstration
Most of the production training sessions I held as Production Manager at UCLA RADIO were in-person - this is a snippet from one of the precious few videos from back then!
A fiction poem made for the DC Listening Lounge. A fantasy scene, an ancient living mountain. Field recording, flute, score, sound design, narration, voice… I love this piece.