I have been recording in the field and in the studio since 1986 when the state-of-the-art included reels of quarter-inch magnetic tape and razor blades. I am experienced in recording live music, phone syncs, and location sound for video. Past clients include NPR, The State We’re In from Radio Netherlands, […] Read more »

The Sundilla Radio Hour

The Sundilla Radio Hour premiered on Troy Public Radio on March 14, 2013. The program is produced by the non-profit Sundilla Concert Series in Auburn, AL and takes advantage of its close relationship with members of the contemporary folk music community to showcase new music and artist interviews as well […] Read more »

Auburn University Radio Flyer Theatre

Since 2009, Auburn University Theatre in the College of Liberal Arts has created productions in the style of the Golden Age of Radio featuring the Radio Flyer Theatre Company. Under the direction of Dan LaRocque, Radio Flyer Theatre adapts beloved classics for all audiences, often with a seasonal theme. In […] Read more »

WBHM’s Tapestry | Local Band Adventure the Great

Adventure the Great is an up-and-coming band based in Auburn Alabama. Under the auspices of the Southern Public Media Group and working for editor Tanya Ott, I produced this profile shortly after the release of their self-titled EP. The feature aired on 90.3 WBHM in Birmingham, Alabama on May 18, […] Read more »

Music Recording and Mixing for Dave Potts’ “Christmas Eve”

Your browser does not support the audio element. In 2011, Auburn-based singer/songwriter Dave Potts asked me if I would be interested in helping him record and produce a new live CD. The Sundilla Music Concert Series that we both work with hosted in their wonderful home venue, the Auburn Unitarian […] Read more »

Offbeat Auburn Podcast | Burn City Rollers

In 2010, I operated a hyperlocal news site called Offbeat Auburn. The site focused on local music, art, and…well…offbeat topics. Over the course of the year, Offbeat Auburn generated several thousand monthly pageviews and supported a Facebook page with nearly 600 “Likes.” In addition to an events calendar and listing […] Read more »