I am an audio producer, multimedia artist, and oral historian based in Brooklyn, New York. Recording sound is one of my obsessions. Or perhaps it is the other way around — my obsessions compel me to record sound. Through recording sound, I investigate the relationship between memory, liminality, and (in)visibility.
I partner with investigative journalists, filmmakers, photographers, musicians, artists, nonprofit organizations, and academic institutions to produce podcasts, documentary films, and immersive exhibitions.
For me, it all begins with listening - to the sound and to the silences. Through listening, I seek to explore relationships between individuals and communities over time and to honor voices that have been marginalized, misunderstood, and erased. With the understanding that the immediacy and impermanence of sound can cultivate a deeper consciousness of our “thrownness”, I use sound as a time-based medium to address alterity, provoke imagination, and inspire curiosity.