Podcast: Oregon Film History Through Katherine Wilson’s ‘Echoes From The Set’
June 18, 2019
I produced, edited and hosted a podcast on film production in Oregon with two experts on Oregon film: filmmaker and Animal House location scout Katherine Wilson and University of Oregon Cinema Studies instructor Stephen Rust. I wrote the script, completed research, hosted and edited this podcast — which came out on Split Tooth Media.
New Nonprofit Works to Make Concerts More Accessible
September 21, 2018
I produced an audio story on Portland music venues and a nonprofit working to make live music more accessible for those with disabilities. This was my first audio story, and I gained experience in recording field audio, editing in Audition and writing audio scripts. OPB News aired it during a member drive.
For the Daily E,merald. I wrote an obituary for guitar historian, acclaimed music journalist and beloved University of Oregon professor Tom Wheeler. This story is one of the hardest stories I've reported in my career as a journalist so far. Portraying someone so beloved to my community was a big responsibility. In addition. Tom was my advisor, favorite professor and former editor of Guitar Player magazine. My obituary was linked on Reverb's website, and the Emerald submitted it for an Associated College Press award.
Watch A-WA Perform 'Galbi Haway' Live At Pickathon
August 02, 2018
I wrote a video premiere for opbmusic that was published on NPR Music and on websites from public radio stations across the country. I worked on writing a detailed and concise paragraph about the performance, using language to paint a picture. I also worked closely with my editor to make sure it fit NPR Music's tone and style. I'm super proud of this byline, especially since I wrote this the summer after my sophomore year of college.
Podcast: How It's Reported: The story behind 'Who is Ruth Yi?'
January 25, 2020
I produced, edited and hosted a variety of podcasts at the Daily Emerald my junior year in college. As a senior, I am podcast editor. This episode of our series, How It's Reported is a great example of the type of work I did with our podcasts: hosting, editing with Adobe Audition and producing engaging interviews about topics that matter to the University of Oregon community.
I wrote about my experience as a student with chronic illnesses and interviewed other young women about how they cope with facing chronic illness in college for Eugene Weekly's health issue. This was one of the most personal stories I have ever written, and I was invited on OPB's Think Out Loud to speak about the story.