I'm a multimedia editor, producer and journalist. I've reported from the frosty forests of the Great North Woods, managed a team of East African reporters, covered breaking news in South Asia, trained fledgeling radio hosts at a microstation in Kibera, performed radio every week in front of a live studio audience, and produced hours on gender, ecstatic creativity, mortality, giving, beauty, privacy, poetry, wonder, narrative identity, and a whole lot more.

I'm currently developing the new New Yorker Radio Hour, which is a coproduction of WNYC and The New Yorker.

Over the past few months, I've produced a soundscape of the effort to save New York City's endangered languages, some New Yorker cartoonist delightDavid Remnick in conversation with Ta-Nehisi Coates, a story about a father trying to stop long-standing violence between two Harlem housing projects, and much more. If you'd like to hear more of my work, check out these samples.

While studying journalism and political science at the University of Kings College, I focused on radio documentary production. Since then, I have worked as a producer and interviewer for To the Best of Our Knowledge, as the announcer for Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know?, as a South Asia reporter and producer for Radio Netherlands Worldwide, as a chase producer for the Canadian Broadcasting  Corporation, as a host and news producer for the Maine Public Broadcasting Network, and as a journalism trainer for Journalists for Human Rights. I've also produced freelance radio and print stories for various media.

If you'd like to see my professional CV, please visit my LinkedIn profile.

You can contact me by e-mail at desktopitinerant@gmail.com. If you want to know my 140 character thoughts, find me on Twitter.

I'm available for assignments throughout North America, Western Europe and East Africa