Stephanie studied journalism at Northeastern University and audio production at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies at Maine College of Art.
She now works as an podcast producer in Boston. Stephanie sees audio as a unique opportunity to tell both intimate and immersive stories, which is why much of her work focuses on empowering people to tell their personal stories. In line with this vision, Stephanie produces the Gardenia Project Podcast, a show where photographer Jen Dean interviews women and takes their portraits and Stephanie transforms these stories into rich narratives.
As a production assistant at Christopher Kimball's Milk Street and a field producer for video shoots around the world, Stephanie also has expertise in both food and travel media.
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Made for This
In a 24-foot inflatable boat, racing against 20 knot winds and unpredictable North Atlantic conditions, Mackie Greene approaches a 70 ton animal that’s thrashing, trying to get away. These conditions are not for the faint of heart, but Mackie has help. Mackie Greene leads the Campobello Whale Rescue Team, a group of ocean experts who work like a volunteer fire to free whales caught in fishing lines and netting.
Mackie is also a fisherman, and It’s the fishing lines that are putting the whales at risk. This is why he says he has to help, despite the danger involved in saving them. Last summer though, something happened that shook him and his team-- that made him question whether he wanted to commit or quit.
The Monsters on the Wall
Bridget McAlonan is a puppeteer and a teacher. Her day job involves traveling to classrooms to talk about consent and sexual violence. After a long day of teaching, she returns to her home-studio where she uses puppetry and painting to escape.