I attended the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in the fall of 2021. You can listen to my full portfolio of work here.
A small town in Maine begins the long process of trying to grieve for a tragedy that struck nearly 100 years ago.
Christy, a middle-aged mother, reflects on how she keeps hold of her own identity when living so entirely for another.
Jon Wagner is in a house full of stuff. It’s not Jon’s house, and it's not Jon's stuff. But he’s responsible for every single object there, and in the next two weeks he must find a new home for all of it. Produced at the Salt Institute in collaboration with Jay Venables, Zo Bailly, and Mailee Osten-Tan. Listen to the interactive story.
I attended Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, where I first started to work in audio.
Indivisible, AF/AM 50
Directed an oral history project to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Africana Studies department at Bowdoin College. Curated into an audio/visual exhibit Spring 2020. Stored permanently in the College's collections.
I spent a year writing an environmental and social history of the River des Peres, a forgotten river in St. Louis, Missouri. During that year I interviewed people across St. Louis about their interactions with the waterway.