By Guest Post / August 28, 2014
Clockwise from left: Kai Ryssdal (courtesy American Public Media); Sue Schardt (courtesy Mim Adkins); Jay Allison (courtesy Melissa Allison); Al Letson (courtesy "State of the Re:Union"); Julie Shapiro (courtesy Kate Joyce); Glynn Washington (courtesy "Snap Judgment").
By Emily Boghossian
Every producer has an origin story.
Maybe you were raised checking levels and born with a boom in your hand, but AIR producers have, among other things, hocked wine, dabbled in banking, skinned salmon, and designed video games. AIRsters have had first jobs, second jobs and full-blown careers that somehow, slowly carried them to storymaking.
At age 60, Nancy Camden (New Voices ‘13) made the switch from listener to producer.