Hello! My name is Jules (she/her) and I'm an audio producer living in Wabanahkik on Abenaki/Abénaquis & Wabanaki Confederacy land, colonized as Portland, Maine. I'm the co-creator and producer of Inherited with Georgia Wright, a podcast about young people facing climate change, distributed by Critical Frequency. heralded by climate journalist Amy Westervelt. I'm also a producer for Drilled, a podcast investigating fossil fuel industry, also by Critical Frequency. I'm a member of the AnglerFish experimental audio collective where some cool buds and I make weird sounds and tell strange stories. Formerly, I was a senior producer at Dustlight Productions.
I came to audio by way of climate and food justice work and am constantly curious about how the two can support each other. I love experimental/experiential audio, finding and making weird sounds, and challenging what it means to tell stories. I love listening to, collaborating on, and pondering about slow radio, found sound, and audio art.
For small talk's sake - I grew up in Pennsylvania, studied anthropology and environmental studies at Brown University and attended the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies at Maine College of Art. I currently am learning how to fiddle, slow down, and surf.