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I Help Bring Projects to Life


And I start by listening to you. What do you need?


I partner with you. From research to the setup to the ongoing coordination of a project, my role depends on your needs. With some clients, I focus solely on post-production elements and the creation of content that meets their media goals. In other scenarios, I am involved more intimately with a client's entire project, as a partner, running various aspects of a project as it demands. 

I have been working in the podcast industry since 2017 and the broader audio industry for nearly my entire life in one capacity or another.  In that time I have produced podcasts and videos in the education, business, travel, entertainment, legal, and technology industries. 


Currently, my time is split between work as Head of Production for Jam Street Media and client work on podcasts and sound design projects in the legal and entertainment fields.



Starting a podcast is something to be excited and thoughtful about. It requires planning and being clear on your goals and your metrics for assessing those goals. I help my clients build a strong foundation for their shows so they can serve the people they seek to serve in a way that is sustainable. There's a lot to learn before you hit record, but I promise it's worth it!


Running a successful podcast isn't as easy as hitting record and being done. Audio is a craft and hitting record is a small (important) part of the equation to a well-produced show.


The number one issue I've seen is: you're excited about your podcast, launch it, and then realize between recording, chasing after guests, editing, and not knowing the audio engineering to make it sound how you want...this thing is a full-time job.


As a podcast editor, I handle the post-production so you can focus on your business, your kids, and networking new guests (or writing if you're a solocaster--yes you can do it alone!).


Recording, editing, and uploading...oh my. What's the back-end? it's all the steps required to get your podcast ready to record and out into the world. It's important to get right from the start and I help my clients navigate this terrain and find the technology solutions that are best for them. 


My work allows me to work with and collaborate on teams in a variety of fields. Often this involves working with executives and their employees from different departments and levels of an organization, with the goal of creating a unified podcast for the company. 


Learning new technologies has become a pastimefor me at this point. Below are the tools I use regularly, but this is in no way  an exhaustive list of the technology I use(that list seems to grow every day!).

Software: Adobe Audition, Ableton Live 9, Garage Band, Final Cut 10, Adobe Premiere, Audio Hijack, Adobe Photoshop, Maschine Studio, Squarespace, Wix, WordPress, G-Suite, Libsyn, Soundcloud, Podbean, Zencastr, Adobe Photoshop, Izotope RX 9 Standard, Zoom, Dubsado, SuiteDash, Asana, MailChimp, Mailerlite, Dropbox/Wetransfer, Mac OS, Windows 10, Izotope RX (& too many audio plugins to ever list)

Hardware: Zoom H6 Recorder, Shure Sm7b Microphone, Yamaha H5 Studio Monitors, Audio-Technica AT899 Lav Mics, Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Headphones, Steinberg UR12 - USB Audio Interface, Canon 90D DSLR Camera, Roli Seaboard Rise, Abelton Push 2, Schecter Standard Pro Electric Guitar, Stagg Electric Ukele, Ibanez Acoustic Guitar, Casio XW-G1 Groove Synthesizer, LaunchKey-25 Midi Controller, Abelton Push, MacBook Pro 2019, MOTU M4 Interface, Gibson Electric Guitar, Podtrak P4, Electro-Voice RE-20 Microphone

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