Here's a myriad of stuff I've made ranging from published podcasts to audio doodles. Some stuff I think is pretty good and some is not so good but I'm proud of all of it! I learned something from making all of it and I think that's pretty cool. 


Inherited. I'm the co-creator and producer of Inherited, a narrative podcast for, by, and about the youth climate movement, showcasing stories from within the movement and beyond. Created with Georgia Wright and distributed by Critical Frequency. 

What can I say about Inherited. Well, it's my life's work. That is my 25 years worth of life. But up until now, I have never created something so fun, challenging, and creative in my life. I have learned so much!

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I produced a segment for the podcast Climate One that give a run down of the climate policy landscape in the US from 2009 until now. I used to do this sort of thing for my first job out of college but it was never as fun as making this mash-up!

Onward. This piece is a profile produce during my time at Salt. It is about a ultrarunner named Danny who recently set the unsupported fastest known time of the Hundred Mile Wilderness in Western Maine. Incredibly fun to make and so grateful for Danny for sharing his story.

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Entrepreneur. While stuck together in a house during quarantine I made a podcast for my Mom! Well, she already had a podcast, but I made her a series based on a few interviews we did about her career as an entrepreneur. My mom is pretty cool, and making this series was pretty fun. It was incredible practice for interviewing. Oh, also I didn't narrate it because i was scared of narrating at that point.   

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tomatoes, and annihilation. I made this piece for a contest I didn't win using one of the first interviews I ever made. I thought I was being ~edgy~ by not narrating but I think I was just being lazy. What a joy that interview was and what a joy making this piece was. 

Old state, young votes. I made this piece for an application for a job I didn't get using tape from the first reporting trips I ever made. I only used one song the whole time, I didn't know what else to do!