About

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

Some of the things I do

  • Production
  • Editorial
  • Development
  • Writing
  • Reporting
  • Recording
  • Interviewing
  • Mixing
  • Engineering
  • Sound Design

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


As a radio and podcast maker, I’ve run the gamut on all aspects of production. Skills-wise: reporting; editorial; interviewing; story-boarding; scripting; recording; mixing; engineering; project management. Content-wise: I’ve worked on feature podcasts for two public radio stations (including as producer and editor of KALW’s The Intersection, an Edward R Murrow Award Winning series); and I’ve helped start and develop three 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 I worked roles in management consulting, financial services, sustainability, social justice and non-profit management, and philanthropy. I try to bring those unique perspectives to the audio I make and client work I do when it’s fitting.

With those perspectives, getting to tell the world’s stories through the magical medium of audio is an honor. I have previously worked as a journalist, radio producer, and editor with KALW, San Francisco’s NPR affiliate station; prior to that, I was a part of their Summer Journalism Fellowship and training program. I have also reported and produced for KPFA, the legendary Pacifica Network outpost in Berkeley, Ca.