Across a crowded room, I saw you – audio encore

Many people probably know my affinity for the Modern Love podcast (New York Times, NPR-WBUR Boston). I’ve always loved reading love stories, but once I started hearing them being read, I started to gain a whole new appreciation for the human voice and the emotion that can be evoked from it.

So, I decided to make try to make one on my own.

A few months ago, I wrote this essay. What you’re about to hear is an abridged version of that essay, with some background music, sounds, and added ambiance.

The finished product was something that I was excited with, and made me realize that it’s something that I want to do more of in the future!

Check out “Across a crowded room, I saw you” here:

Let me know what you think!

 

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A Vancouver-based jack of some trades, hoping to master one or two in my lifetime. Outside of authoring this blog, I am a Communication/International Studies student at SFU; a freelance writer for Curiocity Vancouver and the BC Catholic Newspaper; a host and producer of Y57 on Vancouver Co-op Radio, CFRO 100.5 FM; and a self-proclaimed foodie. Anything else you want to know? Give me a shout at hello@rchlcwng.com!

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