I make audio content for podcasts, radio broadcast, online publications and exhibitions. I’m also the founder and director of Audiocraft – a community for Australian radiomakers and podcasters. Audiocraft host an annual conference, listening events, a mentoring program, and co-curate the Australian Audio Guide. We also run an Agency that represents some of Australia’s best freelance audio producers.
My radio work has aired on NPR’s Snap Judgment, ABC Radio National’s Earshot, PocketDocs and Long Story Short programs, and FBi Radio’s All the Best. I’ve made audio content for publications such as the New York based Narratively, Dumbo Feather, and for exhibitions such as The Pool – a project from Aileen Sage Architects for the 2016 Venice Biennale of Architecture. I’ve also used my storytelling skills in work with The University of Sydney, Macquarie University, The City of Sydney and the community arts organisation BighArt.
I teach audio production at Macquarie University and have presented a range of skills based workshops.
I’m currently doing a creative practice PhD researching personal narratives in radio documentaries and podcasts.