Our women-run team represents more than two decades of experience producing and editing unforgettable audio projects, including international and chart-topping podcasts, investigations, features, interviews, documentaries, and audio walking tours.
We are small on purpose.
We work with a U.S.- and Canada-based group of passionate producers, engineers, designers, and makers from diverse backgrounds. We know how to transform ideas into compelling audio that keeps listeners engaged and wanting more. When we take on a new client project, it’s a commitment from all of us to make something extraordinary.
Grace Rubenstein is a journalist, editor, and media producer specializing in health science and immigration.
She is the story editor of TED’s WorkLife with Adam Grant podcast and previously served for seven years as multimedia editor at TED Books, where she coached great thinkers to transform their big ideas into engaging prose.
Grace’s award-winning work has appeared in the Atlantic online, New York Times, Boston Globe, STAT News, Longreads, NEO.LIFE, and the Center for Investigative Reporting’s Reveal.
Her radio stories have reached the airwaves of NPR’s Morning Edition, KQED’s The California Report, and PRI’s The World.
Her dream story is one that compellingly explains how the forces outside us (culture, environment) and inside us (biology) shape our behavior and thus our health.
Julia Scott is an award-winning journalist, editor, and podcast expert with an extensive background in international journalism.
A veteran of three newsrooms, she has brought her narrative storytelling skills to documentaries, experiential audio and news reporting for American Public Media’s Marketplace, the CBC, the BBC World Service and Public Radio International’s The World. She is a former editor for West Coast NPR stations KQED and KALW.
Julia brings podcast seasons and audiobooks to life for renowned brands, nonprofits and audio production studios, such as Pushkin, The Intercept, Duolingo, IDEO and Center for Humane Technology.
Her work has been honored in Best American Science Writing and Best American Essays. She was nominated for a Sony Radio Academy Award and has won awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and the National Lesbian and Gay Journalism Association.