I'm happy you found my website in the midst of this vast electronic universe. I am an insatiably curious and obsessively passionate explorer. I exercise both of these things through various forms of documentary work and personal essay. These days I spend most of my time making radio stories. My work is steeped in the desire to know, understand, and archive the moment, and our personal human histories in the making. In addition to producing my own stories, I'm also a freelance editor and sound designer for various podcasts. I graduated with my MA from Eastern Michigan University where I studied Interpretation Performance Studies, fell in love with personal narrative, food writing, and oral histories. I am a graduate of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies where I studied radio storytelling and fell in love with the intimacy and immediacy of sound. My radio pieces have aired on KCRW's UnFictional, Good Food, The Splendid Table, ABC's Earshot, ARRVLS, Rumblestrip, Neighbors, Third Coast International Audio Festival's Re:Sound, Public Radio Remix, and others. I was a 2015 UC Berkeley 11th Hour Food and Farming Journalism Fellow. I am a member of the audio collective, The Heard. My podcast Today's Special is in production. Thanks for stopping by.