...London-based freelance audio producer whose work has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4, 1, 1Xtra, 2, and World Service, CBC, KALW, and Sveriges Radio.
I work on BBC Radio 4’s award-winning show Short Cuts (produced by Eleanor McDowall of Falling Tree Productions) and am a regular producer on the BBC World Service’s history discussion programme The Forum. I’ve also been a producer on the BBC World Service’s Outlook programme covering extraordinary personal stories and made long form documentaries for BBC Radio on the Etymology of Entomology, the assisted dying debate, and a three part series on the piano in modern life.
Together with Third Ear's Tim Hinman, I co-produced two series of the Sound Matters podcast for which we won silver (Best Branded Content) and bronze (Smartest Podcast) at the British Podcast Awards 2017. One of my Short Cuts - Send Me Your Location - won the HearSay Best Story Award 2017, runner up in 2017 Miller Audio Prize and was featured on BBC Radio 4’s Pick of the Year programme.
I’ve also made podcasts for exhibitions on voice hearing and time travel and a number of personal audio portraits for The Empathy Museum’s A Mile in My Shoes project (exhibited in Australia, Beirut, Sao Paulo and London). In 2015, I co-founded an audio feedback group called Sound Me Out - we organise informal listening sessions in London every few weeks so bring along your features-in-progress and come and say hello. I'm also a member of the collaborative audio project In The Dark and have curated listening events for them on states of mind and cycling.
At the start of my career, I spent time as a reporter in Stockholm for Swedish public radio’s English language programme Radio Sweden and later volunteered on community radio in Melbourne, Australia (3CR and SYN).
I'm based in London, but have a habit of taking myself off on solo cycling tours with my tent, my recording equipment and my bike. Wherever I am, I'm on email and always looking for exciting new projects to get involved in so please get in touch.