I am a print, radio and podcast journalist, a producer, essayist and on-air host. A nationally-presented writer/performer who brings live and recorded stories to people where they work, study, relax, shop and live.
My non-fiction beats include: topical essays; science for non-scientists, the arts, introvert culture, business, creative and scientific innovators, books and reading. Putting myself in my audience’s shoes – and mindset – I demystify Big Ideas, create community with humor and heart. I’m attuned to the music of speech; create original songs and sfx.
Audio essays include:
Interdependence Day (BBC Cultural Frontline)
Is Spring Overrated? (WUCX)
Singing Our Disagreements (Slack Variety Pack).
Gracie Award, outstanding radio comedy series, for topical essays (WFUV).
Voice-over for commercials, promos, narrations. Have worked extensively in branding and content creation.
Founder, writer and producer of The Lazy Person’s Book Club live shows, podcast and audiobooks. In this role, I create, produce and perform original fiction in formats that work for busy book lovers. LPBC’s motto: “Enjoy the book without doing a thing! At The Lazy Person’s Book Club, we’ll read it and sing.”