"It's a really wonderfully produced piece. Congratulations!"
- Glynn Washington, host of NPR's Snap Judgment
"I’m really enjoying the textures and approaches
to this piece! The way the instrumentation and vocals interact with the speaker is compelling..."
- Jenny Lawton, Senior Editor WNYC
"Incredible timeliness...the story took on such layered meaning...what made the piece compelling was taking this extraordinary movement, with well-known men in the headlines, and sharing an example of how #MeToo changed an "everyday" man's behavior toward a woman and her change amid this backdrop.
That's good storytelling."
- Allison Dunne, creator + host of NPR's 51%
"I FELT THE INFUSION."
- Nahanni Rous, Producer, WINGS: Women’s International News Gathering Service
"It's really so captivating and intimate, and I think gets at some element of the #MeToo moment that not a lot of things are. Namely - healing!"
- Jennifer Bleyer, Senior Editor, Psychology Today
"I love this new piece you've made.”
- Amy Henderson, CEO Tend Lab
"Nice piece - I could see it as a short film!"
- Peter Bratt, award-winning filmmaker of Dolores
"I was smiling throughout the piece. You allow the messages and ideas to flow through you. It felt like a jazz song."
- Joel Gershon, Lecturer, American University School of Communications
A Mother's Lens: On #MeToo
takes a profile look at this unprecedented movement from the perspective of a woman and mother who sees the collective potential through her personal and cultural reckoning.
Hailed as a "new genre" public radio + podcast vignette series,
A Mother's Lens weaves original lyrics, public radio interviews, and photography to reflect on the culture shift of our times. A Mother's Lens is nationally embedded and distributed
by NPR's 51%.
Innovative! Amazing! Wonderful! The piece was beautifully woven, your storytelling through your voice and the layering of her story were connected masterfully.
You have created a new, powerful and sensitive genre."
- Marla Friedman, world-renowned artist