Our current freelance clients include VeggieSNAPs Columbus, Harmonious Homestead, and past and current project direction, project design, documentation and media production for Caledonia Northern Folk Studios-fronted projects with the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm AssociationPenn Program in Environmental Humanities, Eastwick Friends and Neighbors CoalitionMalabar Farm State Park and The Ohio History Connection. In the past five years, we have also contributed our services to a wide range of cultural heritage and social justice organizations in several states, including The Tennessee State Library and ArchivesThe Philadelphia Folklore ProjectThe Woolman School, WCRS-LP FM, WHYY, KVMR-FM, and WSRN-FM.

We are especially thrilled to serve clients seeking sensitive, community-collaborative oral history, multimedia documentation, media production, listening-based program evaluation and interpretive programming in the Columbus area, and across the state of Ohio. Caledonia Northern Folk Studios takes our Ohio roots seriously, and we love the opportunity to amplify the voices, images and perspectives of Ohio's diverse local cultures. We also welcome pitches for projects out-of-state and across the United States. If an adequate travel package is provided, we will consider international work -- especially for projects on comparative cultures of environmental health and local foods systems.

Our work has been supported by The Kentucky Oral History Commission, Ohio Humanitiesthe Greater Columbus Arts Council, The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, and The Penn Museum

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