Ruby, Regexes and Risk: Aaron Patterson Explains Why Hiring Open Source Developers Will Make Your Company Stronger
Heroku's Code[ish] Podcast (2019)
Salesforce took me on to produce the Code[ish] Podcast for Heroku in early 2019. Since then we've gotten it off the ground and have a full schedule of episodes already in the bag. This episode is part of their 'Deeply Technical' series where they dive head first into programming. Learn more about this episode here.
No Duties Without Rights
Everything Is Stories (2018)
In the early fall of 2018 I produced this episode alongside Mike Martinez and Tyler Wray from Everything Is Stories to coincide with the 17th anniversary of the September 11 terror attacks. It's a story of language, communism, and 9/11. Learn more about this episode here.
How to find radical self acceptance: Britteny, Trap Yoga Bae
Not Perfect Podcast (2019)
I've been producing Poppy Jamie's Not Perfect Podcast since it started in the fall of 2019. The podcast explores what it is to be human. From mental health to money matters, happiness to heartbreak, science to sadness. Learn more about this episode here.
How Clare is reinventing the painting experience from top to bottom
Loose Threads Podcast (2018)
I've been producing the Loose Threads Podcast since 2017. Exploring the "new consumer economy through the lens of the entrepreneurs navigating the industry," it was named one of Fast Company's Top 10 Business Podcasts in their July/August 2017 issue. Learn more about this episode here.
Becoming an Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur First is a start-up accelerator with over 200 companies under its belt. On top of producing episodes of their Scaling Ambition podcast, I produced this six-episode series featuring four of their alumni in a round table discussion on the ins and outs of the start-up world. Learn more about this episode here.
Caroline Crampton on Podcasting Principles, The Business of Media and Building a Loyal Audience
MetaLearn Podcast (2018)
MetaLearn was founded to help people continue to be curious even as they get older, and "learn the skills needed to thrive in the 21st century to become truly indispensable." I've been producing the podcast since 2017. Learn more about this episode here.
Dic Donohue: Resilience in the line of fire
Deloitte's Resilient Podcast (2017)
off the ground. In this episode, retired Sergeant Dic Donohue explains how he’s been able to find a silver lining after the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. Learn more about this episode here.