JBLM in 10 (Current – 2017)
Northwest Military’s entertainment YouTube channel, featuring short, informative videos about various aspects of living in the greater Joint Base Lewis-McChord area. Videos are meant to enrich the lives of incoming and outgoing military personnel and their families to JBLM. I serve as JBLM in 10’s executive producer , although more often than not, I also host, shoot and conduct all post-production editing for videos.
Making PeopleReady (2017)
A TrueBlue business podcast highlighting individuals who’ve set industry standards at the staffing agency. I created this podcast from the ground up, working with TrueBlue to deliver a crisp, high-quality product. I record audio, coordinate with off-site recording studios/radio stations and conduct all post-production editing for this podcast.
“Christina made creating a podcast for our company incredibly easy and hassle free. She helped us build the podcast from the ground up, including project brainstorming, testing and demos, recording and post production editing. She provided the whole package and produced a professional, high-quality product that we’re really happy with. All we had to do was show up, she took care of everything.” – John Draper, TrueBlue Communications Manager
OLY Update (2017)
An arts and culture podcast created for OLY ARTS, featuring new and continuing events in Thurston County. Each week, I highlighted upcoming performances and events in Olympia, Washington. I produced, wrote weekly episode scripts, hosted, recorded audio and conducted all post-production editing for this podcast.
Literally Tacoma (2017 – 2016)
Creative Colloquy’s literary-themed podcast promoting the literary arts community of Washington state’s South Puget Sound. I served as the executive producer and co-host of Literally Tacoma.
A CD compilation of songs and stories told by Marge Jackson, an elder in the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations and a native-speaker of Southern Tutchone. This CD was part of a larger cultural preservation project working to preserve the oral traditions of Champagne and Aishihik First Nations in Yukon, Canada. I worked as an cultural anthropology assistant to Dr. Beth O’Leary and co-produced this CD with her. I recorded and transcribed audio, conducting post-production editing, and coordinating packaging and distribution of the finished CD.