Josephine Holtzman is pursuing her MA in Media Studies at the New School, with a concentration in Sound Studies. Her interest in radio, ethnomusicology and sound experimentation began years ago at Vassar College and the Salt Institute of Documentary Studies. She has since worked as a radio producer and journalist – creating pieces for Studio 360, NPR’s Morning Edition and Weekend Edition, WNYC and WNPR. She produced the PRNDI award-winning daily news show, Where We Live, and created sound design for the Piehole experimental theater collective and The Aliens, a radio drama on WBAI. She plans to explore Acoustic Ecology and the art of Soundwalking during her time at the New School, and beyond.