In the fall of 2012 I had the immense pleasure of attending the Transom Story Workshop in Woods Hole, Mass. Under the auspices of Rob Rosenthal and Sarah Reynolds I learned how to research, record and produce radio documentaries by the sea. This experience definitely changed the course of my life. Flamed my radio fires. Started my sonic engine, and I've been running with it ever since.   I produced two radio length docs while at Transom and also made a handful of Sonic IDs for WCAI -

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This piece has aired on New Hampshire Public RadioWAMC and WRST-FM Oshkosh. It's available on the Public Radio Exchange.
 

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This piece played on WCAI’s Creative Life series, it is available on the Public Radio Exchange and has also been featured as part of the Working Now project.

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These are sonic IDs.  Interstitial moments produced for WCAI to introduce listeners to their neighbours.