WFMUMusic Director / Assistant Program Director, October 2018 – Present

I guide music curation and strategy for WFMU, as well as maintain relations with hundreds of individual artists, record labels, promo teams, and music distributors. Manage physical and digital new music submissions for broadcast. Developed an intern program in 2021 and have mentored 10 different interns, many of whom are still involved in the WFMU community. I have served as the account manager and content creator for the station’s Instagram since 2022 (50k+ followers)

WFMU / Radio RowProducer / Booker, September 2020 – Present

I produce and book DJs for WFMU’s guest DJ slot called Radio Row, which highlights different DJs/audio experiments. This effort diversifies WFMU’s airwaves, focusing on, BIPOC, women, and LGBTQIA+, and/or music aficionados / artists with little to no radio background. I listen through audio submissions, offer guidance and  feedback, and handle all the behind the scenes work on the show. Many DJs have become part of the WFMU community.

WFMU / Radio RavioliHost & Producer, February 2017 – Present

I host and produce the weekly radio show Radio Ravioli on WFMU. I book live guests for interviews and live performance, showcase new underground artists, and create my own audio collages.

WPRB PrincetonCharter Trustee, February 2021 – Present

Charter trustee on behalf of WPRB, a not-for-profit radio station affiliated with Princeton University. Responsible for overseeing station activities and advising current student management.

Freelance Sound Designer, Instructor, & Writer, September 2017 – Present

I work with clients to develop thoughtful, sound-focused podcasts, multimedia projects and radio broadcasts. I also teach workshops and offer mentorships on technical skills on specific tools (primarily the digital audio workstation Reaper)  and on developing a creative ear and sound making practice. Some workshops I’ve led include: Riding the Wave(forms): Process-Oriented Audio Creation at  UnionDocs (2022) and How To Use Music To Set The Scene at Salt Institute for Documentary Studies (2023). I also write music reviews and artist profiles, publications include The Wire and Dusted Magazine.



Rhizome / Dunkunsthalle, I am on the Internet IRL, Listening Party | NYC

The Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, “How To Use Music To Set The Scene”, 3 Week Intensive | Virtual


UnionDocs, “Riding the Wave(forms): Process-Oriented Audio Creation”, 3 Day In-Person Workshop | NYC

The Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, Guest Lecture on Sound Collage/Design | Virtual 2021

The Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, Guest Lecture on Sound Collage/Design | Virtual 2020

Podcast Maker Livestream, “Stories are good, but do you need them?” Presentation | Virtual UnionDocs, Guest Lecture on Audio Collage | Virtual


WFMU, Plants and Synths, Live concert featuring a fruit “piano” (touch different fruits to trigger different notes), an amplified cactus, modular synthesizer electronics by Greg Fox, and Yuka C. Honda will be playing a short electronics set with Kahimi Karie playing tuning fork, followed by a set of ON/IN a duo band that Yuka has with Akio Mokuno.


Megapolis Audio Festival

Wave Farm 1997-2017: Twenty Performances for Twenty Years Broadcast


2023 – Invisible Jukebox: Nappy Nina, The Wire

2020 – WFMU and COVID-19, The Wire

2018 – Radio’s Art, A Discussion led by Earlid and organized by Joan Schuman
2017 – Review of ADULT’s album Detroit House Guests on Dusted Magazine
Review of Phew’s album Light Sleep on Dusted Magazine
Review of Olivia Louvel’s album Data Regina on Dusted Magazine
2016 – Interview with Gregory Whitehead


2023 – WMFU’s “I am on the Internet IRL” Olivia Bradley-Skill from ‘Radio Ravioli’
2022 – The Noise Is The Message / El Ruido Es El Mensaje
People Are The Enemy Podcast
We Need More Words to Describe Audio Stories, Transom
2020 – My Little Underground Podcast
2020 – “Olivia Bradley-Skill”, Women In Sound


Secret Harmony, a podcast that started as a “show within a show” on Radio Ravioli. It features creative, bite-sized sound sketches and audio collages. Stream wherever you stream podcasts.

Ceremonies of a Commuter, Radio Art Zone, 22 hour radio piece commissioned by Radio Art Zone, a 100-day radio art station for Esch2022 that broadcasts in the south of Luxembourg by Radio ARA on 87.8 FM and online. Ceremonies of a Commuterplays on the idea of a soundwalk. It consists of recordings taken on the way to work, work being freeform radio station WFMU, and the way being a walk of roughly 30 minutes. The broadcast meditates on 3 main themes: (1) what it means to record, (2) walking as an activity, and (3) finding creativity in the mundane realities of daily life.


DIG: A HOLE TO PUT YOUR GRIEF IN | Sound Design for Documentary Film

Artists-in-Presidents: Transmissions to Power | Sound Design/Mixing for Podcast