My name is Robyn and I’m a multimedia producer and storyteller. I’ve worked in print, digital, audio and video. I’m passionate about projects that engage audiences in complicated policy and social issues by showcasing compelling characters and gripping human dramas. After all— who doesn’t love a good story?
My work has been featured on Interlochen Public Radio, Street Sense, The Waukesha Freeman and others. I co-directed a short independent documentary following student protestors on Inauguration Day, which debuted at the Eau Claire World Film Festival in September 2017. I’m also producing a six-part local history podcast called “Freedom House 2.0” that will be available on iTunes later this fall.
I’m a proud alumna of the George Washington University (Class of 2017, B.A. Political Science) and the Transom Traveling Workshop at Interlochen Center for the Arts (spring 2017). I’m current working towards a Master’s in Digital Communication Strategies at Marquette University.