By Katrin Redfern
*Listen with headphones for the best experience.
Love’s Archive is set in a moody New Orleans. Atmospheric sound design, with many sounds recorded in the streets and parks of the city, plus an original musical score immerse the listener in a story that begins when a letter arrives, sending a fragile mind on a tumultuous journey.
Written by Katrin Redfern
Produced by Matt Fidler and Katrin Redfern
Sound design by Matt Fidler and Katrin Redfern
Original scoring by Matt Fidler
Directed by Geoffrey Owens
Recorded by Kevin Ramsey at Harvestworks
Mixed by Matt Fidler
Joe Premavira – Narrator
John Mudd – Will
Katrin Redfern – Shyla Nancy Finn – Social Services Commission
Andrew Stern – Electrician
Katrin Redfern is a multimedia journalist, writer, and producer who has reported internationally on human rights, anti-trafficking, and corruption. She has written for The Daily Beast, the BBC, The Indypendent, Huffington Post, andThe Phnom Penh Post among others. She has produced film (two Sundance Official Selections), theater (five TONY nominations), radio, and podcasts, from science news to travelogues. Katrin is also an award-winning fiction writer and playwright. Acting credits include Drama Desk-nominated Off-Broadway theatre, film, and television. She is currently co-creating a multimedia exhibit on hunter-gatherer social organization and is a longtime activist focusing on labor issues. Originally from London, she now lives in Brooklyn and is restoring a 150 year-old house in the Hudson Valley. Katrin holds a BA from the Institute for Social Ecology, an MA from the University of Sussex and an MSc from the London School of Economics.
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Cris Harris spends the school year teaching writing and experiential education at an independent high school outside of Cleveland. He devotes his summers to growing vegetables and fixing up a century-old barn in rural Ohio. His poems and essays have appeared recently or are forthcoming in The Flexible Persona, Alice Blue Review, Skylark Review, The New South, Rogue Agent, The Gambler, and Cleaver Magazine.