I'm currently the Senior Producer of NPR Music's Louder Than A Riot.
I worked previously on Spotify and Gimlet's Mogul podcast, developing stories about hip hop's most iconic moments. Our last season was about the father of Houston hip hop: DJ Screw. I also helped pilot and produce Spotify's Decade Wrapped Podcast and Gimlet's Every Little Thing.
I'm interested in storytelling about music and pop culture, and I value good food, digital innovation, and funky sounds.
Click play below to hear a snippet of my college radio show, Free Samples, while you're exploring my portfolio.
Click below to learn more about some of my projects.
Lead producer for episodes 2 and 5 of Season 3 of Mogul: Chopped and Screwed, which charts the rise and demise of one of Houston hip hop's founding fathers, DJ Screw. Check out coverage of our new season:
Associate Producer, Every Little Thing and Gimlet Projects
October 2019 - March 2019
Helped develop and produce new Spotify Original podcasts, including The Decade Wrapped, a data-driven look at the past ten years of music.
Helped produce Every Little Thing, the question-answering podcast from Spotify and Gimlet Media. Call the hotline at (833) RING ELT with anything you're dying to have explained. Listen every Monday on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
Associate Producer, Mogul
March 2019 - October 2019
Helped produce Season 2 of Mogul, the hip hop podcast from Spotify, Gimlet Media and the Loud Speakers Network. I served as the lead producer for Mogul Live: A Night For Reggie and the event which accompanied it. I previously held a 6 month internship on Mogul.
Social Analytics + Video Production Assistant
November 2018 - March 2019
The FeedFeed is the largest social media cooking community in the world, with over 1.4 million followers on Instagram and over 14 million posts hashtagged #FEEDFEED. My responsiblities included:
Executing video production process from client partnership kickoff through reporting, which includes filming, editing and posting all sponsored lives, IG Stories + TV episodes
Managing and executing sponsored influencer mailings through MailChimp, aggregating and analyzing newsletter data
data synthesis/analytical reporting through Facebook, Instagram and Twitter insights
Hedgehog + Fox
Social Media Analyst
August 2018 - November 2018
Conducted a social media audit for Ashoka, a global entrepreneurship organization, which led to the development and implementation of a new company-wide strategy that redefined external communication, expanded reach, and promoted the development of original content with a well-defined voice.
News Administrative Intern
May 2018 - October 2018
I supported the production of The State of Things, a daily program which brings the issues, places, and personalities of North Carolina to the ears of its listeners.
I researched and booked guests, conducted pre-interviews and composed scripts. I also worked on the show's social media presence, photographed guests in studio, and developed the web posts for each broadcast.
Throughout my internship I audited the demographics of the show's guests to assist producers in their goal of representing WUNC's listenership and the state of North Carolina more accurately.
In April 2019 I recieved a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award (Best Multimedia Story) for my work on "The Cost of Summer"
Emerging Technologies Lab, UNC School of Media and Journalism, in partnership with WFAE 90.7 FM
May 2018 - August 2018
I worked as the Project Driver and UX Designer in partnership with WFAE 90.7 and the Knight Foundation to develop a prototype for a forum-based iOS application, 'The Loop,' which will help foster communication between Charlotte's residents and the WFAE newsroom.
The project traced provenance from existing investigative platforms like Groundsource, Hearken, WBEZ Chicago's Curious City, and the WWNO Listening Post in New Orleans.
All Day Records
May 2018 - September 2018
I managed the Discogs account and processed online orders for a small record store in Carrboro, North Carolina.
I arranged and performed a 2-hour show once per week which was broadcast from the student union at UNC-Chapel Hill.
I am the founder and former director of Free Samples, WXYC's first and only hip-hop oriented broadcast, which airs Thursdays 5-7 PM. I'm still helping produce the show in my free time, but it's being hosted by Chad Covin.
As a member of the reviews and recommendations team I helped curate the station's library and inform DJs of new releases. I mainly submitted and reviewed both global and local hip hop, r&b, and neo-soul releases.
I also participated in WXYC's New Science Experience (NSE). NSE is a weekly broadcast which focuses on developing skills in DJing using digital vinyl systems.
Daily Tar Heel
August 2017 - May 2018
I acted as a liaison between the advertising department and newsroom and
arranged the layout for each print issue of the newspaper. I also helped
arrange content for Southern Neighbor, a lifestyle publication created
under the DTH umbrella.
I developed some in-house marketing materials and also worked on SEO, placed and tracked ads through AdSense, and occasionally wrote freelance for the DTH arts and entertainment desk.
I worked previously as a multimedia storyteller for the 1893 Brand
Studio, the Daily Tar Heel's in-house content hub (Jan. 2017-Aug. 2017).
Multimedia Production Intern
January 2018 - May 2018
I assisted with the launch of a new recording studio in downtown Chapel Hill.
My responsibilities included photography, videography, content management and composition for blogging, as well as event planning and community engagement.
August 2017 - January 2018
I developed skills in photography and feature writing by producing content (bi-weekly) for this small, nonprofit newspaper which serves the diverse, underrepresented community of Northeast-Central Durham.
I also directed weekly mentoring sessions to help high school students of color explore their journalistic interests.
Students for Education Reform
State Media Captain
December 2015 - December 2016
SFER is a national nonprofit which enables students with the resources to fight for educational justice within their community.
I worked as part of a 5 member state team, reported to a state program coordinator and a national board of managers and donors.
I performed both print and digital media services for all 3 state chapters (Charlotte, UNC Chapel Hill, Wake Forest). This included, but was not limited to: graphic design, videography and photography, writing and publishing op-eds of members, maintenance of 10+ social media profiles across various platforms, publishing a monthly newsletter via MailChimp and developing campus outreach programs.
I also helped direct #Magnetize NC, a campaign that aimed to make North Carolina's magnet schools both more accessible and diverse.
I worked previously as the President (and chapter Media Coordinator) of the UNC chapter of SFER (December 2014-December 2015).
Want to connect with me, download my resume, or send me a funky song?