I am a documentary producer, interdisciplinary 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 (intimacy | impermanence) compel me to record sound… something relatable, because like us, it is ephemeral.
As a freelancer, I produce audio (radio, podcasts, sound design, music), visual work (films, multimedia, immersive exhibitions), and I write articles. Clients include: news publications, independent producers and investigative journalists, visual artists, musicians, writers and poets, galleries, nonprofit organizations, and academic institutions. You can hear, see, and read some of my published works on: NPR, The Marshall Project, The Atlantic, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Brooklyn Deep, The Invisible Institute, 99% Invisible, and The Theory of Everything.
My personal work investigates the physics and perception of sound and the relationship between memory, liminality, identity, and (in)visibility. Areas of focus include: incarceration, restorative justice, education, migration, and international sustainable development.
With sound as my medium, I seek to foster opportunities to listen, to (un)learn, and to create work that addresses alterity, provokes imagination, and inspires whimsy.