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The story of the Iran nuclear deal; how it came together, how it fell apart, and what that means for the rest of us. Hosted by Dr. Jeffrey Lewis, director of the East Asia Nonproliferation Program at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey.
In order to achieve growth, discomfort is unavoidable. So why not seek it out? Yes Theory co-founders Matt, Ammar, and Thomas are turning off the cameras and turning on the mics to reflect upon how Discomfort actually might hold the keys to meaning and happiness. The Yes Theory Podcast shares behind-the-scenes stories and talks with expert guests to gather insights about the world at large, our place in it, and one another.
Edited In the Gap, a 12-episode podcast series hosted by award-winning journalist Chandra Thomas Whitfield, with House of Pod.
Produced with House of Pod: The Problem with Abstract Threats
A special series of Midd Moment: Alone Together, where we checked in with members of the Middlebury community to talk about how they are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Hosted by Laurie Patton, president of Middlebury and professor of religion.
In Maine, one university is revolutionizing health care education by teaching empathy. The school has integrated virtual reality as a mandatory part of the curriculum for med students. But can 7 minutes really change you? And is empathy even teachable?

Produced at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Fall 2019.
I ask people waiting at the DMV, “If there is anywhere you could be in the world right now, where would it be?”

Produced at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Fall 2019.
Shape note singing, or sacred harp singing, is America’s oldest form of choir music. While the tradition has been a form of Christian worship for 150 years, many singers are abandoning the religious context to find meaning in other ways.

Produced at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Fall 2019.
The sounds of Bryant Stove & Music in Thorndike, ME transport you back the 1800s in New England: player pianos, nickelodeons, stove repair machines.

Produced at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Fall 2019.
State health officials warned Mainers that mosquitos tested positive for the EEE virus. I produced this news spot in one hour for an assignment.

Produced at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Fall 2019.
In June 2017, Mount Auburn opened up its archives to the public. Join Meg Winslow, curator of historical collections, on a tour of Mount Auburn Cemetery and their spectacular archives that hold stories of those buried.

Produced for the Kitchen Sisters series, The Keepers, in July 2017.
I created, hosted, and produced a four-part series about fact, truth, and faith for my senior thesis at Middlebury College. It received the Highest Honors Award in the Comparative Literature department.
I produced the Season 1 of Midd Moment, a podcast of ideas with Middlebury’s leaders: independent thinkers who create community. Hosted by Laurie Patton, president of Middlebury and professor of religion.
I helped launch and produce NER Out Loud, the official podcast of the New England Review. NER Out Loud animates stories and poems with vocal performances, celebrating the artistic exchange between text and voice.