Sarah Reynolds

Sarah Reynolds is a radio producer and multimedia storyteller for public radio stations and networks. When she's not making radio or teaching it, she bakes a lot of bread.

I'm a radio producer and multimedia storyteller. The radio I enjoy making most is the stuff that takes the longest to produce; when you sit down with someone again and again to get a real sense of who they are. 
I've covered stories on the complexities of immigration and labor, to gender transition, to the smells of a city and growing old. In addition to reporting for local NPR affiliate stations, like the giant WNYC in New York and the tiny WCAI on Cape Cod, my work has aired on PRI's The World, Studio 360 and NPR's All Things Considered. I've taught documentary radio for Transom.org and for Radio Rookies.
And when I'm not making radio or teaching it, I bake a lot of bread.