I work with archives, museums, non-profits, and other community organizations to provide digital storytelling services. Sometimes this means I work with an organization to identify questions that will inspire stories relevant to their mission and set up a storytelling station at a conference or meeting to collect stories for their use. I also provide digital production of stories I collect that may include the creation of digital exhibits, podcasts, and other digital products of use to the groups with whom I work and their audiences.

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Sample Work 


Ireland’s Greater Hunger Museum (launching soon) 

This is an audio collection of stories recorded at an event that asked visitors to share their family’s immigration stories. 

You can listen on: Soundcloud




Connecticut Valley Tobacco Museum (2019) I worked with the museum to record stories of the experiences of workers in Connecticut’s tobacco industry. I produced edited audio to push out as a podcast and to be included in a permanent exhibit at the museum.  

You can listen to the podcast on:      iTunesSoundcloud 





Community Engagement

I am passionate about creating empathy through storytelling, which inspired my current audio community storytelling project, Audio Shelfie.

Audio Shelfie is a digital storytelling project that gives readers a space to tell stories about the roles books play in their lives. We pose questions about reading and collect stories from participants in communities we visit, as well as on our site. Each story is paired with a photo of the storyteller to create an “audio shelfie.” Together, these audio shelfies form libraries of readers’ experiences with books. We work with our partners to create listening guides that can themselves help inspire further community conversations on a wide range of issues.