About

I’m a freelance Radio / Audio / Podcast / Synonym producer and editor.

Some of the things I do

  • Production
  • Editorial
  • Development
  • Writing
  • Reporting
  • Interviewing
  • Hosting
  • Recording
  • Mixing
  • Engineering

I enjoy working with all y’all

  • Narrative storytelling
  • Magazine radio series
  • News Features
  • Interview-style podcasts
  • Corporate storytelling
  • Branded podcasts
  • Shorts
  • Burgeoning ideas
  • Experimental art
  • Everything in between

Experience & areas of interest

  • Psychedelics
  • Psychology
  • Spirituality
  • Business
  • Economics
  • Technology
  • Sustainability
  • Social Impact
  • Criminal Justice
  • Drug Policy


My name is Jonathan Davis, and I’m a freelance radio reporter, producer, and editor. I’ve worked in newsrooms and on audio series for two public radio stations as well as on a variety of independent podcasts. This includes serving as associate producer on KALW’s feature podcast, The Intersection, the Edward R Murrow Award Winning audio series coming out of the San Francisco NPR affiliate station. During my time as producer, the series also won San Francisco Press Club’s first place prize for best radio documentary. Beyond my public radio work, I have also helped develop four independent podcasts from scratch including serving as producer and editor on those series (check out episode 1 of Business Trip for a sample).

Prior to audio journalism, I worked in a variety of sectors including management consulting, sustainability consulting, financial services, workforce development, philanthropy, and the social justice non-profit world. I work to bring those unique perspectives to the audio I make.

Getting to tell the world’s stories through the magical medium of audio is an honor. Prior to working as a radiomaker with KALW, I was a part of their Summer Journalism Fellowship and training program. I have also reported and produced news stories for KPFA, the legendary Pacifica Network outpost in Berkeley, Ca.

In 2022 I was awarded the Rosalynn Carter Fellowship for Mental Health Journalism. This fellowship includes the Benjamin von Sternenfels Rosenthal Grant for Investigative Mental Health Reporting, a special grant and partnership between the Carter Center’s Mental Health Program and Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting.