Beyond the Recording Booth: Partnering with storytellers across mediums

How can audio storytelling translate to — and interact with — media like photography and print, and platforms like public installations and live events? And how to conceive and develop such projects?

How can audio storytelling translate to — and interact with — media like photography and print, and platforms like public installations and live events? And how to conceive and develop such projects?

At the 2018 Third Coast Conference, independent producer Ruxandra Guidi and Sayre Quevedo, a multimedia artist & journalist, dove into these questions together. During their session, they shared their inspirations, works-in-progress, and tips on how to make successful collaborations that bring stories back to communities.

This session is also available to listen on the Third Coast Pocket Conference podcast.

TRANSCRIPT : Read a full transcript of this session here, thanks to Descript.


Featuring

Ruxandra Guidi

Ruxandra Guidi (@HomelandsProd), a native of Caracas, Venezuela, is an independent nonfiction storyteller with almost two decades of experience in public radio, magazines, and multimedia. She was a 2017 Third Coast Radio Resident.

Sayre Quevedo

Sayre Quevedo (@sayrequevedo) is a multimedia artist and journalist based in New York City. He was a 2016 Third Coast Radio Resident. Sayre will facilitate the 2019 Queer Meetup, a chance to build community & connections between queer producers in audio.