Audio Production


Meet the B4RN Computer Club

They built an internet network… from scratch. Now they’re helping their rural communities in the north of England use it. But what happened when the pandemic hit, and the weekly Computer Club had to move online?

Part of a special issue of on “Infrastructures of Resistance: Community Networks Hacking Global Crisis”

Podcasts and audio production workshops

RightsUp – the flagship podcast of the Oxford Human Rights Hub, featuring deep-dive interviews with leaders in the field of human rights law on important contemporary questions in human rights.
A podcast produced for the Constructing Scientific Communities project (AHRC): Experts on the history of science tell stories, share fun facts, and recall random anecdotes about the development of scientific knowledge from the 19th century to today!
A podcast produced for The Rhodes Trust about the experiences of women Rhodes Scholars, celebrating 40 years of Rhodes Women. How did they get here? What kind of challenges did they face? What were the paths less travelled?

Digital Art

Poster artwork and social media graphics for the Queer Rural Connections project.



An interview with Sydney Padua, animator-in-residence for the Constructing Scientific Communities Project (AHRC), talking about how she brings 19th century illustrations from scientific publications to life.