I’m a storyteller – by nature, by craft, by art and by profession. For close to two decades, I have ferreted out the most memorable, most profound, most complex and most interesting characters and brought their tales to the listeners of Public Radio. I’m lucky in my work. And I’m great at my job. I have done this for “Marketplace”, “Soundprint”, “All Things Considered”, “Talk of the Nation”, and The National Desk at NPR. I have overseen all aspects of production including the choosing and developing of stories, the writing and editing of scripts and the production details of sound elements including directing the live programs. I have designed an intellectual architecture and built a working infrastructure so the best ideas make it to the air with as many minds put to them in as organized, enjoyable and non-stressful a fashion as possible. My model depends on creative collaboration. I have been so successful that the organizers of the Public Radio Program Directors asked me to present my secrets for a successful show at their annual conference and then again in a webinar. They also asked me to contribute to their publication called “The Talk Show Handbook.”
So, what can I do for you?