Productions I've been a part of
The Wilderness , Season 3
Dustlight Productions and Crooked Media
In season 3 of The Wilderness, Jon Favreau talks to voters in the midterm battleground states who will determine the future of democracy. With the help of grassroots organizers, strategists and his own experience as a campaign veteran and speechwriter for Barack Obama, Favreau will unpack what it will take for Democrats to reach these voters and hold together a pro-democracy coalition in 2022 and beyond.
Season 3 of The Wilderness was produced by Dustlight Productions for Crooked Media. Along with senior producing this season, I sound designed Episodes 1,2, and 5.
Mother Country Radicals
Dustlight Productions, Crooked Media and Audacy
Zayd Dohrn was born underground - his parents were founders of the Weather Underground organization, and on the run from the FBI. Now Zayd takes us back to the 1970s, when his parents and their young friends brawled with riot cops on the streets of Chicago, bombed the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol, and teamed up with Black militant groups to rob banks, fight racism - and help build a revolution
A Tribeca 2022 Official Selection for Audio Storytelling. Mother Country Radicals is a limited-run series from Crooked Media and Audacy and was produced by Dustlight Productions.
How to Citizen with Baratunde
Senior Producer and Editor
Dustlight Productions and iHeart Radio Podcast
Baratunde digs into the world of Universal Basic Income and Guaranteed Income. Where does this money come from? Who gets the money? Will people still work? What will people even spend it on? And how on earth does free cash help our economy? Baratunde sits down with Aisha Nyandoro to find out what exactly happens when you give people in extreme poverty a thousand dollars a month, no strings attached.
Season 2 and 3 of How to Citizen with Baratunde is made by Dustlight Productions and IHeart Radio Podcasts.
This episode was produced and sound-designed by me.
The Gardenia Project Podcast
During the Covid-19 pandemic, some people face difficult realities, others find ways to escape. Some have found art, connection, and opportunities in isolation. Others stumble to find their way.
In this podcast, seventeen people share their stories of life in quarantine.
This piece was produced for The Gardenia Project Podcast with Jen Dean.
Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
This week, Boris Fishman tells his family's astonishing story—from the exploits of his grandfather, a barber/black marketeer who escaped the Soviet Union draft on the roof of a train, to his family's arrival in Brooklyn, where they rediscovered the dishes of their Belarusian roots. And we meet the man who invented a $10 million strawberry picking robot
One of the episodes I worked on as an Assistant Producer for Milk Street Radio. For this episode, I produced the interview with Boris Fishman and the story of the Strawberry Picking Robot story.