audio stories

people from whom I’ve learned in my podcasts
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marine biologists, football game patrons, botanists, Northern Californian restaurant owners, fountain pen aficionados, fashion designers, collegiate rowers, first generation college students, notebook sewers, biology graduate students

environmental podcasts

What’s Killing Killer Whales? | Seas the Day Podcast, Duke University, November 2020

Protesting at Harvard-Yale | TIDE, The Harvard Independent, December 2019 (featured in print)

audio reporting

Sally is still cautious | Back in Business, Dow Jones News Fund Digital Media, June 2021

Roland is seeing business return | Back in Business, Dow Jones News Fund Digital Media, June 2021

classic storytelling

Fountain Pens & Computations | Tell Me More, The Harvard Independent

The Red Line & A Powerful Name | Tell Me More, The Harvard Independent

Redefined Identities & Remedial Rowing | Tell Me More, The Harvard Independent

Hand-Sewn Notebooks & Video-Making | Tell Me More, The Harvard Independent

Herding Cattle & The West Wing | Tell Me More, The Harvard Independent

Dinner Table & Homemade Popcorn | Tell Me More, The Harvard Independent, April 2018

Missionary Trips & The Adriatic North | Tell Me More, The Harvard Independent, April 2018

Lake Erie & Strange Fruit | Tell Me More, The Harvard Independent, March 2018

Old Books & Turkish Fortune | Tell Me More, The Harvard Independent, February 2018 (featured in print here and also here)

Polar Bears and Economic Adventures | Tell Me More, The Harvard Independent, November 2017