Worked as host and presenter of TASCHEN's monthly podcast featuring exciting interviews centered around TASCHEN's most recent books. Conducted interviews ranging from exploring the history of Disneyland, and the Vienna art scene in 1900, to speaking with famed artist Christo on his latest public art project.
In addition to hosting, I also helped with editing, and was responsible for the sound design and final mixing for each podcast episode.
A podcast I founded in 2015, The Elephant explores the challenges, and issues surrounding Climate Change, as well as the potential solutions to this biggest of challenges facing humanity through creative storytelling and in-depth interviews. In the show, we go back to the industrial revolution to explore the history of climate change, speak with famed Astronaut Piers Sellers, and meet a scientist who has pioneered technology capable of sucking CO2 back out of the air.
Originally created thanks to funding from the EU organization of Climate-KIC, and its Alumni Association.
Broadcasting Canada was a series that celebrated public broadcasting in Canada through long-form interviews with the renowned CBC broadcasters and voices who bring Canadians together as a country from coast to coast to coast.
Named by iTunes Canada "Best New Audio Podcast" for 2013, and syndicated on over 30 campus and community radio stations across the country.
Radiowaves took listeners into the studios and behind the mics of the renowned voices and creative minds of public radio and podcasting today. Through long-form and intimate conversations, Radiowaves explores the minds of the likes of Ira Glass, Jad Abumrad, Amy Goodman, Peter Sagal, and many other radio greats. From their professional origins and the secrets of their craft to their views on politics and the media landscape.
The Public was a weekly radio program on CIUT in Toronto (and a now is very occasionally updated podcast) exploring arts & contemporary society through in-depth conversations with today’s most compelling thinkers, writers and artists.