Education: University of Minnesota, BA in Philosophy Ted is a sound designer, composer and audio producer for The Washington Post. Ted began his career in audio at KALW, a public radio station in San Francisco, CA. Besides his work on podcasts, he also sound designs for video and VR experiences. His work has been nominated for an Emmy, and played at The Tribeca Film Festival. Honors & Awards:
SPJ NorCal Award Winner for "Science, Environment & Health Reporting," 2017
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