This recent audio slideshow is a portrait of Wulf's Fish Market, which has been a Brookline institution for the last 70 years. It originally appeared on WBUR's Public Radio Kitchen. Produced using Soundslides and ProTools.
This multimedia piece is a portrait of New Hampshire contra dance legend, Bob McQuillen, with video, photos, and audio. This was part of a larger project about dance traditions in the small town of Nelson, New Hampshire. Produced using ProTools and Final Cut Pro.
Blood Farm in Groton, Massachusetts is the oldest USDA-certified slaughterhouse in the state. It's been run by the same family since it was founded around the time of the Civil War. The current proprietors are 85-year-old Barney Blood and his son Richard. Produced using ProTools and Final Cut Pro.
My first multimedia project was on MIT's Gamelan Galak Tika, a Balinese-style gamelan orchestra. This audio slideshow was part of a larger project on gamelan. Produced using ProTools and Soundslides.