I am an audio producer, acoustic ecologist, and oral historian. Recording sound is one of my obsessions. Or perhaps it is the other way around: my obsessions compel me to record sound.
I produce, edit, and compose audio for radio, podcasts, immersive installations, documentary films, and multimedia projects.
Clients include award-winning news publications, investigative journalists, visual documentary producers, artists, authors, galleries, festivals, nonprofit organizations, and academic institutions. My original and collaborative works can be seen in and heard on: The BBC Word Service and Sundance Institute, The Marshall Project, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, NPR, Brooklyn Deep, The Invisible Institute, and The Unfinished Festival.
My personal work investigates the physics and perception of sound in landscapes and institutionalized spaces (such as prisons) and the relationship between memory, identity, and (in)visibility. With sound as my medium, I seek to understand the world around me and to create work that addresses alterity, provokes imagination, and inspires whimsy. Before I was a producer, I worked with local NGOs throughout Africa and Asia that focused on sustainable agricultural development, women’s empowerment, and human rights.
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