katz laszlo
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I interview, report, write, produce, edit, fact check, host, and occasionally try my luck at sound designing.

Sometimes, I organise events for strangers to listen to things together in the dark.

I like collaborating with musicians and making sound-rich narrative pieces that happen to feature the natural world, explain how the hell Europe and its policies work, and make humans feel like just another species.

I have called the Wiltshire countryside, Barcelona, a Catalan forest, Amsterdam and New York home. I speak comfortable English, Dutch and Spanish - laughable French & Catalan.

I got my start in radio while living in NYC, studying at the New School for Social Science and teaching at Eugene Lang’s Interdisciplinary Science department. Once upon a time, I studied Biomedicine and Public Health. Life changed after I interned at WNYC’s RadioLab, and went on to do Transom Storytelling Workshop in Woods Hole.

I have since been freelancing for podcasts & radio documentary, including The Europeans Podcast & BBC World Service. I was also part of the New Creatives, a BBC Arts & Arts Council initiative for young artists across the UK.