Philly Frequencies: Stories in Sound
Philly Frequencies: Stories in Sound is a special 8-week workshop on audio storytelling as part of the Philadelphia Stories RETROSPECTIVE, a “look back” to the rich cultural stories that compose Philadelphia. Now, we look forward with #PhillyStories that are as unique as the city itself.
The stories featured below were recorded during the Philly Frequencies: Stories in Sound listening party.
Philly Frequencies Storytellers
Jos Duncan Asè is a multimedia producer, professional storyteller, and social entrepreneur with over fifteen years experience collaboratively creating and documenting community-centered narratives. She is the founder of Love Now Media, an empathy-centered media company that uses storytelling to advocate for social justice and wellness.
Jos holds an MFA in Media and Communications (City College of New York), a BBA in Business with a concentration in Information Technology (Temple University, Fox), and an Associates of Science in Computer Programming.
Jarious Parker is a Philadelphia based sound designer and engineer currently providing technical support services to New Freedom Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, Storybook Musical Theater, Abington, PA and houses of worship in the Philadelphia, New York metropolitan area's. Jairous has designed and mixed sound for a diverse group of performing arts organizations and audio visual service companies that span more than two decades.
Jarious is an Audio Arts Engineering graduate of the Center for the Media Arts, New York. He is a member of the Audio Engineering Society and a two time AUDELCO award nominee for sound design; Urban Transitions: Loose Blossoms 2002 and Diss Diss and Diss Dat, 2004.