Hi! I’m Josh, the new PRX Remix curator. My radio background starts with…well, film.
I graduated from Middlebury College in Vermont in February 2015 with a degree in film and sociology. While at school, I produced documentaries on topics ranging from New York’s parole system to my professor’s pet fish. Out of the classroom, I found my way to the Narrative Journalism Fellowship and produced audio profiles of fellow students. Engaging in filmmaking and audio work simultaneously provided an opportunity for me to figure out what the hell I wanted to pursue after graduation. Since I’m here, it should come as no surprise that I fell in love with radio – both the process of making it and the power of listening to it.
After graduation I jumped from small-town Vermont to small-town Massachusetts. I was a student in the Spring 2015 radio-intensive Transom Story Workshop on Cape Cod, where I developed my radio chops and, importantly, first learned about PRX and PRX Remix. In June and July I trekked to the beautiful Adirondacks in New York to do some freelance work for North Country Public Radio. There’s a 24/7 Remix station up there, so I spent a lot of time listening while gazing at grazing cows.
Now, here I am, sitting in an armchair in public radio utopia a.k.a. the PRX offices of Harvard Square. It will be an adjustment back to city life after four and a half years of living in small towns in Vermont, Massachusetts, and New York, but this is exactly where I want to be.
In addition to being immersed in Remix radio waves and PRX life generally, I will also be launching a podcast soon! Sneak peek: it’s called Bandwagon and it involves Bernie Sanders.
More about me – I love road trips, eating pho, TV show binges, skiing, lying in grass, and naps (especially while lying in grass).
Give me a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org.