About

I make longform, narrative driven audio stories. 

I’m a reporter/producer with Pushkin Industries, where I recently edited Deep Cover: The Drug Wars, a 9 part serialized podcast about a guy who used to work for the FBI and spent years living as two people while he investigated a massive drug smuggling network.

Previously, I covered health for WXXI, the NPR station in Rochester, NY, and hosted Exited, a longform series about young adults with disabilities finishing high school and figuring out what to do next. I developed Exited in part at NPR’s Story Lab, and it was later recognized by the NY State Associated Press Association for “Best Podcast,” the NY State Broadcasters Association for “Outstanding Use of Digital Platforms” and PRNDI as a top podcast.

My radio features on health and social issues have also aired on programs like NPR’s Morning Edition, WBUR’s Here and Now and WHYY’s The Pulse.

Before coming over to the audio world, I produced television shows and documentary films.

I’m a proud alumna of the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY, where I now teach audio storytelling.

 

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