Here’s a sampling of my radio/audio work.
At the end of August 2014, I produced this segment for WBUR’s “Radio Boston” and NPR’s “Here & Now.” Working closely with the host, I pitched the story, conducted the pre-interviews, drafted the script and questions, recorded the interview in the field, cut the tape back at the station, and worked with our engineer to mix it together for air.
In November 2014, I gathered memories and reflections from mourners at the public wake for former Boston Mayor Tom Menino, and filed this report for the BU News Service.
In April 2014, I met with Sandy Jaffe, a filmmaker from Watertown. Her house is just a few feet away from the infamous house with the boat, in which alleged marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found. I got her memories of the day of the Watertown lockdown and what it was like to be so close to the scene.
On the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, I went to the finish line on Boylston Street to capture the mood from runners and spectators, and filed this report for WTBU‘s “News Brunch” morning radio show.
For the 2014 Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in Boston, I covered the controversy surrounding Mayor Walsh’s decision not to march, as well as the parade itself, for WTBU radio.
In February 2014, I visited the controversial Wellesley College “sleepwalker” statue with Megan Turchi and reported on it for the BUNewsService.com. We gathered student and visitor opinions of the statue and created a SoundSlide audio slideshow to accompany our reporting.