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"THE DEBUTANTE" (Audible Originals)

(2023) Senior Producer 

Journalist Jon Ronson (The Men Who Stare at Goats, So You've Been Publicly Shamed, Frank) has been reporting on the story of Carol Howe for the last 30 years. In 1995, Carol was spying on Oklahoma’s neo-Nazis for the government just when Timothy McVeigh blew up a federal building, killing 168 people. This 6-part documentary explores the complicated role of women in the white power movement, the history of the lone wolf narrative, the mystery of the enigmatic former Tulsa debutante, and one stubborn journalist’s journey through it all. 

For all 6 episodes, my responsibilities included: 

  • Synthesizing and sculpting 30 years worth of Jon’s audio + background interviews, previous documentary footage, contacts, timelines, drafts, court documents and legal proceedings. 

  • Collaborating with Jon to independently investigate my own story leads, conduct interviews and contribute reporting.

  • Manage all creative edits with Jon, from granular episodes paper edits to series story arcs, scoring and sound design.

"AFTER LIFE" (New York Times)

(2023) Producer, Writer, Host

I was approached by an editor at the New York Times after she saw my 2021 solo show “Delejos (from afar)” with the opportunity to adapt it into an audio op-ed. Over the course of a year, I worked with the editor to use my story of developing “Delejos” as an exploration of faith, digging into my fathers grief as he approached the loss of his own mother in Puerto Rico. 

Forthcoming publish in 2023.

For the 30-minute piece, my responsibilities included: 

  • Lead host, writer, producer of the episode.

  • Reported my family’s story in the field in Puerto Rico.
    Also reported on experts practicing “restorative re-telling” a style of grief therapy.

  • Collaborated with an editor on the integration of archival audio of my entire experience developing and performing Delejos: audio from prior performances, building the set, rehearsing lines, etc. 


"DIRTBAG ANTHROPOLOGY" (Audible Originals)

(2021) Producer 

Comedian Kate Willett (Netflix, Comedy Central) was married to a woman and thought she'd never have to deal with men again. That is, until she found herself dumped, suddenly single, and mystifyingly...mostly attracted to dudes. Like any good comic, she was inspired to investigate in a project thats part memoir, part interview podcast. Read about it in Paste Magazine and VICE.

For the 7-hour memoir, my responsibilities included: 

  • Producing interviews with all guests, including Margaret Cho, W. Kamau Bell and Pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber, among others.

  • Sculpting, scripting and editing all 9 episodes in Pro Tools.

  • Collaborating with Kate and Rachel Hamburg, executive producer and story editor, on intensive rounds of live script edits.


"THE BOOK OF BARAKA" (Audible Originals)

(2022) Lead Producer, Executive Producer

I co-executive produced “Book of Baraka” with author Chris Farley and journalist Jelani Cobb. Baraka is the first Newark-born Mayor of Newark and son to influential activists, poets and leaders of the Black Arts Movement, Amiri and Amina Baraka. I led creative direction on the project, which is a non-narrated memoir that I sculpted from a conversation between Mayor Baraka and Jelani Cobb, which I also produced. The project blends the mayor’s poetry, his account of his life story, and rare archival audio to tell his account of events like the Newark Riots, the protests he led at Howard University and his historic election. The podcast became one of the few to be released outside of the Audible paywall in 2022, now available on all platforms. 

For all 3 episodes, my responsibilities included: 

  • Inventing the story’s sonic tone, developed the style and format.

  • Scripting the conversation into an artistic non-narrated memoir, edited all episodes using Descript and Pro Tools

  • Discovering an archival audio collection of 1960s Newark hidden in collection at Columbia University, including rare audio of the mayor and his parents, poets Amiri and Amina Baraka.


"OWNING IT" (Audible Originals)

(2021) Producer, Story Editor

Audible’s annual LGBTQ+ comedy special, hosted by Nikki Levy and Alexandra Billings, is a collection of short-form (5-10 minute) comedic stories from leaders in the queer community like the ACLU’s Chase Strangio, actress Shakina Nayfack and RuPaul’s Bianca Del Rio. 

For all 6 episodes, my responsibilities included: 

  • Researching and booking all storytellers

  • Led multiple rounds of story edits, with talent.

  • Directed tracking of all stories, including on-the-fly joke punch-ups and edits.


Spotify Originals - Episode Producer

Selected to craft and sound design an audio poem from personal audio I recorded on a hike in Joshua Tree. I was then interviewed about the poem, which is threaded through the episode. Season 2, Ep7: "Data Storytelling" (2021)

Newark Public Library - Audio Tour Producer

Produced and edited an audio tour of author Phillip Roth’s personal library, working closely with the librarians to craft the audio experience of how the listener moves through space of the writers' most personal artifacts. (2023)

Audible Originals - Consulting Story Editor

Story edited the10-episode audio adaptation of a feature documentary on the modern environmentalist movement through the lens of the life of Stewart Brand, creator of the “Whole Earth Catalog”. (2022)

Audible Originals - Lead Producer

Rapper/actor Common’s interview series explores the intersection of hip hop and mental health. I edited all episodes and produced interviews between Common and rapper Nas, ballerina Misty Copeland, comedian Tiffany Haddish and others. The podcast was featured on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert and in Rolling Stone Magazine. (2020)

Audible Originals - Lead Producer

Part memoir, part interview series, standup comedian Mo Welch explores the long, hilarious on-ramp into her own queerness. I produced interviews between Mo and other leaders in the LGBTQ+ space, including actor Mae Martin, author Roxane Gay and director Alice Wu. The podcast was spotlit at the 2021 iHeartPodcast Awards. (2020)

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