Audio production for me is all about collaboration. I started out with creating a podcast of my own called Parks amidst the pandemic in 2020 and built up a small team to create Parks together off of just donations from our community. From there, have worked mostly on long-form narrative shows as both a producer and research editor. I'm looking to apply story-editing to my audio production in the future.
Parks is a podcast on the creation of the U.S. National Parks, retold by Indigenous people. We are an independent podcast and rely on donations to pay for parts of production and contributing back to our storytellers communities in the name of reciprocity. Recently, we were featured on Apple's home page.
Parks is a journalistic project that not only explains past and present environmental injustices, but it also explores what in-depth reporting would look like if we asked deeper questions about the colonial aspects of journalism. Parks attempts to deconstruct ethical issues like decolonizing our language, along with a lot more.
Learn more about Parks here. Listen to our podcast on Spotify or Apple podcasts.
Kaiser Health News / Producer, Reporter
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USA TODAY / Associate Producer
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Blue Wire Studios
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Season 1 and Season 2