Laura Hadden is a documentary media artist whose work has been featured at Frameline Film Festival, Hot Docs, and on The Documentary Channel and BBC News.
Most recently, she’s been collaborating with Tennessee Watson on Wage/Working, an oral history project selected for Association of Independents in Radio’s 2013 Live Interactive Residency. The duo interviews people about their work, editing segments to the length of time it takes them to earn a dollar, and places the stories in a jukebox installed within the community.
Previously, she spent three years as the Media & Communications Manager of The Moth, where she managed the production of the Peabody award-winning The Moth Radio Hour, oversaw digital strategy, and produced The Moth Podcast. Prior to that, she facilitated workshops at The Center for Digital Storytelling.
Together with her husband Jesse, she hosts United Noshes, a quasi-weekly dinner party and blog featuring one feast from every United Nations member.
She is currently pursuing an MFA in Integrated Media Arts at Hunter College, where she also teaches.
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