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Sarah P. Reynolds


Sarah is an award winning multimedia storyteller, radio producer and a longtime investigator. She produces stories for public radio and specializes in digital storytelling, devising and producing multimedia for the non-profit sector as a way of improving the receptivity and messaging of an organization's work, building arsenals of stories that often go untold.

Sarah first came to Woods Hole to work for the documentary outfit, Atlantic Public Media and the Peabody Award winning Transom.org. While on the Cape, she also reported and produced for WCAI. She left for a few years to work in New York City's public radio newsroom, WNYC where she reported and produced for web and for air.

In 2012, she won a PRNDI award for Best Multimedia Presentation for WNYC. Her work has taken her around the globe and has aired on NPR's All Things Considered and Weekend Edition and other national programs, including Studio 360 and PRI's The World. She's taught at the Transom Story Workshop, right here in Woods Hole and has also taught radio with NYU and Radio Rookies.

Check out Sarah's work on her website.