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Dacia Clay behind studio microphone


I'm an audio producer and writer living in Seattle, Washington. After over a decade of producing and hosting podcasts and broadcast programs in public radio, my work is now focused on consulting and producing podcasts for nonprofit organizations through my LLC, Pillow Fort Studios. Additionally through Pillow Fort, I produce original podcasts. I'm also a creative producer for an audio tour company where I work with museums, libraries, and other cultural institutions to create interpretive and audio descriptive guides for exhibitions and building tours. I love movies and TV, writing, reading, running, hiking, traveling, concerts, and (trying to) play guitar and drums. I'm very proud of myself for using zero exclamation points in this bio sketch, but can't help feeling that it sounds a little flat!

About images on this website

  1. This was my first field recorder, with which I recorded interviews, found sounds, and for some reason, the TV.

  2. My second recording device,  my grandparents' shoebox tape recorder.

  3. Ira Glass inspired me to get into radio when I saw him do a live show. This image is from an episode of This American Life so epic that they designed a logo for it.

  4. One of my favorite pieces of  field equipment ever, the microcassette recorder. (Agent Cooper shown for size.)

  5. I loved the minidisc recorder mainly because the discs looked like they were from a sci-fi movie.

  6. One of the recording studios I spent a lot of time in at Houston Public Media.

  7. Zoom F4 field recorder. I'm using this in my home studio (Pillow Fort Studios) during the pandemic.

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