Tight Lipped Podcast:
The Career Woman's Disease
I'm super excited to share this episode of Tight Lipped Podcast that I produced with Tight Lipped founders and producers Hannah Barg and Noa Fleischacker! It's part of a two-part series exploring how race and class influence endometriosis diagnosis and treatment.
I interviewed sources, researched, wrote parts of the script and scored parts of this episode. I also designed and wrote a slew of Instagram content for this episode, some of which got our highest impressions on Instagram.
Podcast: Oregon Film History Through Katherine Wilson’s ‘Echoes From The Set’
In Echoes From the Set, Katherine Wilson tells stories of scouting locations for Animal House, finding realistic extras for One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and working with University of Oregon students to make a documentary about Animal House, titled Animal House of Blues. She paints a vibrant picture growing up in the Oregon film industry and argues why Oregon’s unique cinematic voice matters.
I produced, edited and hosted this podcast on film production in Oregon for Split Tooth Media.
Audio Feature: New Nonprofit Works to Make Concerts More Accessible
In 2016, Cassie Wilson founded the nonprofit Half Access, which aims to start a conversation between music venues, audience members and bands about accessibility at concert venues.
I produced an audio story on accessibility to Portland music venues and Wilson's experiences and work. 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.
Remembering Tom — students and colleagues mourn journalism professor Tom Wheeler
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.