I've worked in public media for three decades, first as a producer for Ken Burns' "Civil War" series and a film history of Congress, and since 1998 at NPR in Washington.
In that time I've: filmed every US battlefield before dawn; created arts magazines and award-winning radio series; produced concert broadcasts and live theater events; helped writers find their voice and the arc of the story; written millions of words and shaped thousands of interviews; won an Emmy, a Peabody, a DuPont and James Beard Award ...
... and supervised NPR's news coverage during some of the most challenging events of our times. I've sat in studios like these a lot.
In 2017 I developed and produced the Audible podcast series "Jim Wallis in Conversation" -- interviews with leading thinkers about faith and justice.
2018 finds me back on campus teaching at Georgetown and developing the new podcast series "Demented: What Happens When You Become Your Parents Parent," coming in Fall, 2018.
If you'd like to learn more, drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.