About Us

We are preeminent audio storytellers. We want your podcast to be heard and loved.

We’re an award-winning podcast agency working passionately at the intersection of brand strategy and high-quality audio storytelling. Our work connects brands to listeners in a real way with content they will love.

We connect people to brands through award-winning audio storytelling

Our approach

A successful podcast registers high on both creative bravery and commitment  to audience development. We collaborate with our clients and ensure there is a healthy approach to feedback and accountability on these success factors.

Our expertise is comprised of Brand Strategy, Audio Storytelling and Distribution. We have a diverse and highly skilled team working across these three key elements.

Our Manifesto

Pacific Content creates award-winning original podcast programming with brands we believe in.

We at Pacific Content believe marketing must change.

We believe in a world where all forms of marketing and advertising are opt-in. Where people have control of their environment and retain the right to choose their level of interaction with a brand. Where the consumer is powerful, in control and genuinely wants to build relationships with brands they trust and even potentially love.

Where the message must be worth listening to. Where brands are brave enough to make creative, impactful and authentic content that people desire. Where trust is built on a foundation of brands providing true value.

We believe in a world where the content from a brand must connect with people in a meaningful way.

In aiming to bring this mission to life, we will do our damnedest to be boundless and creatively brave. We will match brave brands with brave content and by doing so connect people to original podcasts in a way that adds real value to their life.

Meet the Team

We are a group of forward-facing media professionals that hail from podcasting, digital, strategy, marketing, radio, TV, and film worlds. We believe in the power of storytelling to build audiences, and we’re excited about the rich imaginative landscapes behind the brands that we work with. Can you tell that we love what we do?

Steve Pratt

Co-Founder | Business Development Produced by

Steve’s career is defined by reinvention and innovation.

From TV startups to satellite radio startups to online music startups, Steve has always been passionate about building the products and properties where media and audiences are going next.

After co-creating one of the world’s first – and most successful – music podcasts at CBC in 2005 (!), Steve is thrilled to be helping invent the future of podcasting, creating a new model of media production and distribution, and discovering innovative ways to translate brand strategy into hit podcasts that audiences love.

At Pacific Content, Steve focuses on brand and podcasting strategy, business development, and making sure our amazing clients are happy and finding success with their podcasts.

Who knew work could be this much fun?

Jennifer Ouano

Co-Founder | Executive Producer Produced by

Jennifer Ouano has always been fascinated with advances in technology, especially in the creative media realm. For over 20 years, she’s worked as a producer and director for TV, radio, film, web, interactive, and mobile. Before there was such a thing as Youtube channels, Jennifer produced live webcasts across North America for Microsoft, RealVideo, and celebrities like Spike Lee. She co-created and produced a user-generated content platform for the CBC, called ZeD. The best uploads—along with short films, mini-docs, and live musical performances—were featured on CBC TV every weeknight. She partnered with the original iTunes team to land a branded weekly music feature, greenlit by Steve Jobs himself. She directed an award-winning music documentary feature. She co-founded a mobile app company specializing in LBS (location-based services) and AR (augmented reality) games. Most recently, she co-founded Pacific Content, making best-in-class podcasts for the world’s top brands.

In between podcasting, Jennifer checks in on her restaurant, El Corazón Café, located in Baja California Sur, Mexico.

Chris Boyce

Co-Founder | Executive Producer Produced by

Radio programming expert, cross-platform innovator, and trend-setting producer—Chris has earned his reputation as a leader in quality content creation for more than 20 years. His skills have left an indelible mark on Canada’s radio world with his terms as Executive Director, Radio/Audio, and Director of Program Development for CBC Radio, overseeing the development and launch of the broadcaster’s new generation of programming including Q, Under the Influence, The Debaters, and Spark.

Some of his boldest accomplishments have played out beyond microphones and airwaves. Chris’ innovation led to the launch of CBC’s new digital music service and music strategy, as well as moving the broadcaster to the forefront of cross-platform content production and distribution. Under Chris’s leadership, CBC Radio significantly grew its digital audience, dominating the Canadian podcast market while continuing to grow broadcast audiences to record levels, reaching more Canadians than at any point in its history.

Steve Pratt

Co-Founder | Business Development Produced by

Steve’s career is defined by reinvention and innovation.

From TV startups to satellite radio startups to online music startups, Steve has always been passionate about building the products and properties where media and audiences are going next.

After co-creating one of the world’s first – and most successful – music podcasts at CBC in 2005 (!), Steve is thrilled to be helping invent the future of podcasting, creating a new model of media production and distribution, and discovering innovative ways to translate brand strategy into hit podcasts that audiences love.

At Pacific Content, Steve focuses on brand and podcasting strategy, business development, and making sure our amazing clients are happy and finding success with their podcasts.

Who knew work could be this much fun?

Jennifer Ouano

Co-Founder | Executive Producer Produced by

Jennifer Ouano has always been fascinated with advances in technology, especially in the creative media realm. For over 20 years, she’s worked as a producer and director for TV, radio, film, web, interactive, and mobile. Before there was such a thing as Youtube channels, Jennifer produced live webcasts across North America for Microsoft, RealVideo, and celebrities like Spike Lee. She co-created and produced a user-generated content platform for the CBC, called ZeD. The best uploads—along with short films, mini-docs, and live musical performances—were featured on CBC TV every weeknight. She partnered with the original iTunes team to land a branded weekly music feature, greenlit by Steve Jobs himself. She directed an award-winning music documentary feature. She co-founded a mobile app company specializing in LBS (location-based services) and AR (augmented reality) games. Most recently, she co-founded Pacific Content, making best-in-class podcasts for the world’s top brands.

In between podcasting, Jennifer checks in on her restaurant, El Corazón Café, located in Baja California Sur, Mexico.

Chris Boyce

Co-Founder | Executive Producer Produced by

Radio programming expert, cross-platform innovator, and trend-setting producer—Chris has earned his reputation as a leader in quality content creation for more than 20 years. His skills have left an indelible mark on Canada’s radio world with his terms as Executive Director, Radio/Audio, and Director of Program Development for CBC Radio, overseeing the development and launch of the broadcaster’s new generation of programming including Q, Under the Influence, The Debaters, and Spark.

Some of his boldest accomplishments have played out beyond microphones and airwaves. Chris’ innovation led to the launch of CBC’s new digital music service and music strategy, as well as moving the broadcaster to the forefront of cross-platform content production and distribution. Under Chris’s leadership, CBC Radio significantly grew its digital audience, dominating the Canadian podcast market while continuing to grow broadcast audiences to record levels, reaching more Canadians than at any point in its history.

Dan Misener

Head of Audience Development & Strategy Produced by

Dan’s passionate about telling great stories, and discovering how new technologies and formats can help do that. He arrived at Pacific Content after ten years at CBC Radio, where he produced content for Spark, DNTO, and GO!, and local afternoon shows across Canada. As an indie podcaster, he helped create the pioneering video podcast, Jim Dupree: Enthusiast, as well as Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids — a New York Festivals’ award-winner, Buzzfeed chart-topper, and iTunes “Best Of”.

Jonas Woost

Director of Business Development Produced by

Jonas is a digital media and entertainment executive with a passion for innovating in the digital content ecosystem. His work has received a number of awards and in 2019 he was named one of BC’s 40 under 40. Between 2015 and 2019, Jonas was the Executive Producer for Original Content & STORYHIVE at TELUS. He helped one of the biggest Canadian telecommunication companies tell impactful and engaging stories while at the same time supporting Western Canada’s community of filmmakers.

Previously Jonas was with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) where he ran CBC Music, which was one of the most successful digital music services in Canada, attracting 1.2 million visitors every month.Before moving to Canada in 2010, Jonas was the Head of Music at the London-based digital music start-up Last.fm. He was in charge of all negotiations and relationships with music owners when CBS acquired Last.fm for US$280 million in 2007.

Geoff Siskind

Executive Producer Produced by

Geoff has helped launch some of Canada’s most popular reality television programs including Storage Wars Canada, Canada’s Worst Driver, Redemption Inc. with Kevin O’Leary, Canada’s Worst Handyman, and Junk Raiders.

An alumni of the Canadian Film Centre’s Interactive Entertainment Program, Geoff directed the interactive documentary Tightrope, which has been presented by many festivals, including SXSW, IDFA, and Hot Docs. He’s produced many hours’ worth of radio programming and documentaries for CBC Radio, including Search Engine (for which he won the New York Festivals’ International Broadcasting Award), Outfront, and The Phone Book Stories.

He’s also directed several documentary films including The Mantelpiece – a film about the bizarre migratory route of a taxidermied caribou, which debuted on TVO’s The View From Here and The Big Sky Documentary Festival.

Dan Misener

Head of Audience Development & Strategy Produced by

Dan’s passionate about telling great stories, and discovering how new technologies and formats can help do that. He arrived at Pacific Content after ten years at CBC Radio, where he produced content for Spark, DNTO, and GO!, and local afternoon shows across Canada. As an indie podcaster, he helped create the pioneering video podcast, Jim Dupree: Enthusiast, as well as Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids — a New York Festivals’ award-winner, Buzzfeed chart-topper, and iTunes “Best Of”.

Jonas Woost

Director of Business Development Produced by

Jonas is a digital media and entertainment executive with a passion for innovating in the digital content ecosystem. His work has received a number of awards and in 2019 he was named one of BC’s 40 under 40. Between 2015 and 2019, Jonas was the Executive Producer for Original Content & STORYHIVE at TELUS. He helped one of the biggest Canadian telecommunication companies tell impactful and engaging stories while at the same time supporting Western Canada’s community of filmmakers.

Previously Jonas was with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) where he ran CBC Music, which was one of the most successful digital music services in Canada, attracting 1.2 million visitors every month.Before moving to Canada in 2010, Jonas was the Head of Music at the London-based digital music start-up Last.fm. He was in charge of all negotiations and relationships with music owners when CBS acquired Last.fm for US$280 million in 2007.

Geoff Siskind

Executive Producer Produced by

Geoff has helped launch some of Canada’s most popular reality television programs including Storage Wars Canada, Canada’s Worst Driver, Redemption Inc. with Kevin O’Leary, Canada’s Worst Handyman, and Junk Raiders.

An alumni of the Canadian Film Centre’s Interactive Entertainment Program, Geoff directed the interactive documentary Tightrope, which has been presented by many festivals, including SXSW, IDFA, and Hot Docs. He’s produced many hours’ worth of radio programming and documentaries for CBC Radio, including Search Engine (for which he won the New York Festivals’ International Broadcasting Award), Outfront, and The Phone Book Stories.

He’s also directed several documentary films including The Mantelpiece – a film about the bizarre migratory route of a taxidermied caribou, which debuted on TVO’s The View From Here and The Big Sky Documentary Festival.

Karen Burgess

Executive Producer Produced by

Karen has worked in the media since she first took a summer internship at her local CBC Radio station. Along the way she moved coasts, won a bunch of awards, and launched three national radio shows on everything from country music to economics. She’s run daily current affairs programs, headed up a newsroom, and created content for pretty much every digital, audio, and broadcast platform you can use to tell a story. She comes to Pacific Content with two decades of experience making great shows, training hosts, producers and journalists, and creating teams where people love to work.

If she has one mantra, it’s “know your values and stick to them,” which is a good one for making shows and for life, too.
If she gets to have a second, it’d be “always order crème brûlée for dessert if it’s on the menu,” but that’s harder to apply to podcasting.

Andy Sheppard

Show Runner | Head of Sound Design Produced by

Andy is obsessed with how sound and music help propel a story and connect with listeners’ emotions. He has been a national radio host and producer on CBC, an international touring musician, a film composer, arts columnist, and sound designer. His original music has appeared on television and in viral videos (with over 35 million views) and is featured in an upcoming motion picture starring Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad. He has a degree in music and arts from McGill University. Andy is super excited to be part of the Pacific Content team where story is king and sound is the castle.

Mio Adilman

Show Runner Produced by

Mio will do pretty much anything to get a good story.

Once that meant absorbing countless blows to the head from members of the Pillow Fight League (ouch!). Another time, Mio asked close friends to anonymously write what they really thought of him while testing a personal feedback app (double ouch!!).

Mio has exposed listeners and viewers to these new, sometimes-painful, experiences in a wide variety of public radio and television roles over the past 15 years, both as a producer and on-air contributor/host.

He comes to Pacific Content from Zoomer Media where he chronicled the groundbreaking issues and often-overlooked stories of the aging baby boomer demographic.

Mio can and will regularly eat multiple quarts of blueberries in one sitting.

Karen Burgess

Executive Producer Produced by

Karen has worked in the media since she first took a summer internship at her local CBC Radio station. Along the way she moved coasts, won a bunch of awards, and launched three national radio shows on everything from country music to economics. She’s run daily current affairs programs, headed up a newsroom, and created content for pretty much every digital, audio, and broadcast platform you can use to tell a story. She comes to Pacific Content with two decades of experience making great shows, training hosts, producers and journalists, and creating teams where people love to work.

If she has one mantra, it’s “know your values and stick to them,” which is a good one for making shows and for life, too.
If she gets to have a second, it’d be “always order crème brûlée for dessert if it’s on the menu,” but that’s harder to apply to podcasting.

Andy Sheppard

Show Runner | Head of Sound Design Produced by

Andy is obsessed with how sound and music help propel a story and connect with listeners’ emotions. He has been a national radio host and producer on CBC, an international touring musician, a film composer, arts columnist, and sound designer. His original music has appeared on television and in viral videos (with over 35 million views) and is featured in an upcoming motion picture starring Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad. He has a degree in music and arts from McGill University. Andy is super excited to be part of the Pacific Content team where story is king and sound is the castle.

Mio Adilman

Show Runner Produced by

Mio will do pretty much anything to get a good story.

Once that meant absorbing countless blows to the head from members of the Pillow Fight League (ouch!). Another time, Mio asked close friends to anonymously write what they really thought of him while testing a personal feedback app (double ouch!!).

Mio has exposed listeners and viewers to these new, sometimes-painful, experiences in a wide variety of public radio and television roles over the past 15 years, both as a producer and on-air contributor/host.

He comes to Pacific Content from Zoomer Media where he chronicled the groundbreaking issues and often-overlooked stories of the aging baby boomer demographic.

Mio can and will regularly eat multiple quarts of blueberries in one sitting.

Dominic Girard

Show Runner Produced by

About a decade ago, Dominic accepted an internship position at CBC Radio’s The Current. He wanted to get a taste of what it was like to make radio before resuming his plans to extend his theatre, film, and television experience into TV journalism. Except he never left radio, having discovered the magic and power of audio storytelling. Dom then joined a team of producers to develop and launch the award-winning Day 6 on CBC. He next moved to Banff, Alberta, to simultaneously launch French and English language radio networks at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, a job so all-encompassing he even got to pick the paint colours for the studio (greys and an eye-popping yellow, if you’re wondering). An accomplished interviewer, news producer and documentary maker, he most enjoys telling intimate, personal stories of fascinating people. When his nose isn’t buried in his work, you’ll find him doing something outside, or perfecting his cocktail skills.

Pedro Mendes

Show Runner Produced by

Pedro Mendes has been an audio producer, host and editor for almost two decades. He spent 13 years at CBC Radio where he worked on arts, sports, music and current affairs programming as well as producing and hosting a number of his own series and documentaries. He has worked as a studio director for Penguin Audio Books with some of Canada’s most prominent authors as well as a past Prime Minister. Pedro is also Canada’s leading voice on classic men’s style. He has published a book on the history of Canada’s oldest tailor and writes for prominent newspapers and magazines around the world. He has also produced a number of documentaries, a TV show and a podcast series about classic style, the history of denim jeans and why dressing sustainably matters.

Christian Prohom

Sound Designer Produced by

First and foremost a musician, Christian spent several years playing in notable West Coast punk bands Red Tide, D.O.A. and the Dayglos before transitioning into a slightly less eardrum-compromising career in film & television. He’s composed and designed sound for all manner of fine folks from broadcasters like the CBC, CTV, Discovery Network, WTN/Slice Network, Knowledge Network, to independent and feature filmmakers. When he’s not bending sound into podcasts for Pacific Content, you’ll find him in the woods with his family foraging for perfectly safe things to eat.

Dominic Girard

Show Runner Produced by

About a decade ago, Dominic accepted an internship position at CBC Radio’s The Current. He wanted to get a taste of what it was like to make radio before resuming his plans to extend his theatre, film, and television experience into TV journalism. Except he never left radio, having discovered the magic and power of audio storytelling. Dom then joined a team of producers to develop and launch the award-winning Day 6 on CBC. He next moved to Banff, Alberta, to simultaneously launch French and English language radio networks at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, a job so all-encompassing he even got to pick the paint colours for the studio (greys and an eye-popping yellow, if you’re wondering). An accomplished interviewer, news producer and documentary maker, he most enjoys telling intimate, personal stories of fascinating people. When his nose isn’t buried in his work, you’ll find him doing something outside, or perfecting his cocktail skills.

Pedro Mendes

Show Runner Produced by

Pedro Mendes has been an audio producer, host and editor for almost two decades. He spent 13 years at CBC Radio where he worked on arts, sports, music and current affairs programming as well as producing and hosting a number of his own series and documentaries. He has worked as a studio director for Penguin Audio Books with some of Canada’s most prominent authors as well as a past Prime Minister. Pedro is also Canada’s leading voice on classic men’s style. He has published a book on the history of Canada’s oldest tailor and writes for prominent newspapers and magazines around the world. He has also produced a number of documentaries, a TV show and a podcast series about classic style, the history of denim jeans and why dressing sustainably matters.

Christian Prohom

Sound Designer Produced by

First and foremost a musician, Christian spent several years playing in notable West Coast punk bands Red Tide, D.O.A. and the Dayglos before transitioning into a slightly less eardrum-compromising career in film & television. He’s composed and designed sound for all manner of fine folks from broadcasters like the CBC, CTV, Discovery Network, WTN/Slice Network, Knowledge Network, to independent and feature filmmakers. When he’s not bending sound into podcasts for Pacific Content, you’ll find him in the woods with his family foraging for perfectly safe things to eat.

Tara Brockwell

Producer Produced by

What’s your story? Tara’s an incessantly curious person who’s worked in local radio with the CBC in Montreal and Vancouver. She’s especially proud of creating specials that challenge notions of race, language and mental health with the hopes of flexing the fabric that makes and breaks our communities. Before delving into the world of radio, she roamed the globe teaching in Egypt and South Korea with the hope of gaining insights into the meaning of life. She’s still looking and is excited to explore all of what makes us tick by sharing stories with an excellent group of raconteurs at Pacific Content. When not creating podcasts, she’s listening to them while spelunking through the clutter at home… wish her luck.

David Swanson

Producer Produced by

David believes a good story should reveal the extraordinary in the seemingly ordinary and help people better understand the world and their place in it.

He’s worked with the CBC in Vancouver, was the program director at Simon Fraser University’s CJSF 90.1 FM, has freelanced on different audio projects covering everything from First Nations issues to the adult film industry, and is the podcast producer for the Interesting Vancouver speaker series. His work has been heard on the BBC, the CBC, Roundhouse Radio, Rabble.ca, Vancouver is Awesome, and on community stations across Canada.

Some of David’s favourite things include backcountry hiking, tennis, the smell of Halloween, running for the bus, and dad jokes.

Ashley Walters

Show Producer | Sound Designer Produced by

After completing a Masters of Journalism at Ryerson University, Ashley beamed herself aboard the mothership at the CBC. For the past 5 years, she’s produced radio documentaries for CBC’s national programs including The Sunday Edition, Ideas, Living Out Loud, and The Doc Project, covering topics ranging from women’s vigilante groups in India, to labour disputes, and the science of near-death experiences. She’s done sound design for the CBC programs Podcast Playlist and The Sunday Edition, was part of the team that launched the popular podcast Someone Knows Something, and was a technical producer on CBC’s Missing & Murdered: Who Killed Alberta Williams podcast. In 2014, she won a Gabriel Award for artistic achievement in a radio story. Ashley also produces a podcast about Canadian artists for the Art Canada Institute in Toronto.

Tara Brockwell

Producer Produced by

What’s your story? Tara’s an incessantly curious person who’s worked in local radio with the CBC in Montreal and Vancouver. She’s especially proud of creating specials that challenge notions of race, language and mental health with the hopes of flexing the fabric that makes and breaks our communities. Before delving into the world of radio, she roamed the globe teaching in Egypt and South Korea with the hope of gaining insights into the meaning of life. She’s still looking and is excited to explore all of what makes us tick by sharing stories with an excellent group of raconteurs at Pacific Content. When not creating podcasts, she’s listening to them while spelunking through the clutter at home… wish her luck.

David Swanson

Producer Produced by

David believes a good story should reveal the extraordinary in the seemingly ordinary and help people better understand the world and their place in it.

He’s worked with the CBC in Vancouver, was the program director at Simon Fraser University’s CJSF 90.1 FM, has freelanced on different audio projects covering everything from First Nations issues to the adult film industry, and is the podcast producer for the Interesting Vancouver speaker series. His work has been heard on the BBC, the CBC, Roundhouse Radio, Rabble.ca, Vancouver is Awesome, and on community stations across Canada.

Some of David’s favourite things include backcountry hiking, tennis, the smell of Halloween, running for the bus, and dad jokes.

Ashley Walters

Show Producer | Sound Designer Produced by

After completing a Masters of Journalism at Ryerson University, Ashley beamed herself aboard the mothership at the CBC. For the past 5 years, she’s produced radio documentaries for CBC’s national programs including The Sunday Edition, Ideas, Living Out Loud, and The Doc Project, covering topics ranging from women’s vigilante groups in India, to labour disputes, and the science of near-death experiences. She’s done sound design for the CBC programs Podcast Playlist and The Sunday Edition, was part of the team that launched the popular podcast Someone Knows Something, and was a technical producer on CBC’s Missing & Murdered: Who Killed Alberta Williams podcast. In 2014, she won a Gabriel Award for artistic achievement in a radio story. Ashley also produces a podcast about Canadian artists for the Art Canada Institute in Toronto.

Gaëtan Harris

Sound Designer Produced by

Gaëtan has a passion for great sound. An avid radio listener from an early age, he found his love for storytelling when he received a voice recorder for his birthday at the age of 7. Born and raised in Winnipeg, he cut his teeth in radio as a host on college and commercial rock radio before moving West in search of education. After graduation from the British Columbia Institute of Technology, Gaëtan was hired as as a Creative Producer for nascent Vancouver station Roundhouse Radio, where he established his career as an award-winning Sound Designer.

In his spare time, he is an animation and commercial voiceover artist and play-by-play announcer for the local Junior B hockey team.

Shawn Cole

Sound Designer Produced by

Shawn has been working passionately with sound for over 20 years, seeing it as the perfect way to blend science and art. From mixing legendary anime series (Dragon Ball, Inuyasha, Gundam Seed, Hamtaro), to recording and producing albums (Yukon Blonde, Bend Sinister, Half Moon Run, Hannah Georgas), Shawn is singularly focused on ensuring that the auditory experience engages the listener and propels the story forward. His work has been recognized by the Western Canadian Music Awards, the Calgary Music Awards and through Canadian certified gold records. As a principle owner of Fader Master Studios in Vancouver, Shawn has spent the last 10 years finding unique ways to create compelling soundscapes for music and storytelling. In his spare time, Shawn enjoys spending time with his family, volunteers at an elementary school and tinkering with robots.

Jeff Blundell

Show Producer Produced by

Jeff Blundell spent a decade travelling the world as a television producer for Discovery Channel. He chased Wood Buffalo across Siberia for the documentary series “A Risk Worth Taking,” and hung out with all ten of Canada’s astronauts for the documentary, “The Last Shuttle.”
Jeff was part of the team that launched the all-sports channel, Sportsnet, in 1999, and the lifestyle channel, Cottage Life, in 2012.
Before joining Pacific Content, Jeff produced podcasts for some of Australia’s biggest brands, including GE Australia, OZ Forex, and Telstra.
When not podcasting, Jeff can be found sailing wherever the water is blue and the wind is steady.

Gaëtan Harris

Sound Designer Produced by

Gaëtan has a passion for great sound. An avid radio listener from an early age, he found his love for storytelling when he received a voice recorder for his birthday at the age of 7. Born and raised in Winnipeg, he cut his teeth in radio as a host on college and commercial rock radio before moving West in search of education. After graduation from the British Columbia Institute of Technology, Gaëtan was hired as as a Creative Producer for nascent Vancouver station Roundhouse Radio, where he established his career as an award-winning Sound Designer.

In his spare time, he is an animation and commercial voiceover artist and play-by-play announcer for the local Junior B hockey team.

Shawn Cole

Sound Designer Produced by

Shawn has been working passionately with sound for over 20 years, seeing it as the perfect way to blend science and art. From mixing legendary anime series (Dragon Ball, Inuyasha, Gundam Seed, Hamtaro), to recording and producing albums (Yukon Blonde, Bend Sinister, Half Moon Run, Hannah Georgas), Shawn is singularly focused on ensuring that the auditory experience engages the listener and propels the story forward. His work has been recognized by the Western Canadian Music Awards, the Calgary Music Awards and through Canadian certified gold records. As a principle owner of Fader Master Studios in Vancouver, Shawn has spent the last 10 years finding unique ways to create compelling soundscapes for music and storytelling. In his spare time, Shawn enjoys spending time with his family, volunteers at an elementary school and tinkering with robots.

Jeff Blundell

Show Producer Produced by

Jeff Blundell spent a decade travelling the world as a television producer for Discovery Channel. He chased Wood Buffalo across Siberia for the documentary series “A Risk Worth Taking,” and hung out with all ten of Canada’s astronauts for the documentary, “The Last Shuttle.”
Jeff was part of the team that launched the all-sports channel, Sportsnet, in 1999, and the lifestyle channel, Cottage Life, in 2012.
Before joining Pacific Content, Jeff produced podcasts for some of Australia’s biggest brands, including GE Australia, OZ Forex, and Telstra.
When not podcasting, Jeff can be found sailing wherever the water is blue and the wind is steady.

Miriam Johnson

Producer Produced by
Miriam is a writer, producer and musician with a passion for stories and sound. Before joining Pacific Content, she worked in film and television on documentaries for National Geographic, The Discovery Channel, and HBO. Her writing has been featured in the New York Times.
Some of her favourite podcasts include: Ear Hustle, Caliphate, and S-Town.
Miriam performs in a band, trains as a boxer, and loves hiking in the woods with her Swiss Shepherd dog.

Annie Rueter

Producer Produced by

Annie is a curious storyteller who loves connecting with people from all walks of life. For Annie, the best part of producing podcasts is learning about other people’s experiences and expertise. Prior to working with Pacific Content, Annie was a fellow of the Global Reporting Program at the University of British Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. As a GRP fellow, Annie spent a year reporting on global supply chain issues with international journalism partners. Annie’s work can be found in The Globe and Mail, NBC News, CBC News, Canadian Geographic and CiTR Radio. She’s produced and written stories on a wide range of topics including health, visual art, local politics, environmental conservation, and Indigenous languages in B.C.

Michael Harris

Writer Produced by

Michael is the author of two national bestsellers—Solitude and The End of Absence (for which he received the Governor General’s Literary Award). He writes (often about online life) for Esquire, The Washington Post, Wired, Salon, The Globe & Mail and dozens of other publications. He’s also worked as an editor at Vancouver magazine and Western Living. Michael’s recent projects include a graphic novel called Labs, with the artist Kenny Park.

Miriam Johnson

Producer Produced by
Miriam is a writer, producer and musician with a passion for stories and sound. Before joining Pacific Content, she worked in film and television on documentaries for National Geographic, The Discovery Channel, and HBO. Her writing has been featured in the New York Times.
Some of her favourite podcasts include: Ear Hustle, Caliphate, and S-Town.
Miriam performs in a band, trains as a boxer, and loves hiking in the woods with her Swiss Shepherd dog.

Annie Rueter

Producer Produced by

Annie is a curious storyteller who loves connecting with people from all walks of life. For Annie, the best part of producing podcasts is learning about other people’s experiences and expertise. Prior to working with Pacific Content, Annie was a fellow of the Global Reporting Program at the University of British Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. As a GRP fellow, Annie spent a year reporting on global supply chain issues with international journalism partners. Annie’s work can be found in The Globe and Mail, NBC News, CBC News, Canadian Geographic and CiTR Radio. She’s produced and written stories on a wide range of topics including health, visual art, local politics, environmental conservation, and Indigenous languages in B.C.

Michael Harris

Writer Produced by

Michael is the author of two national bestsellers—Solitude and The End of Absence (for which he received the Governor General’s Literary Award). He writes (often about online life) for Esquire, The Washington Post, Wired, Salon, The Globe & Mail and dozens of other publications. He’s also worked as an editor at Vancouver magazine and Western Living. Michael’s recent projects include a graphic novel called Labs, with the artist Kenny Park.

Brittany Duggan

Producer Produced by

For Brittany, putting together a podcast episode is a bit like choreography — combine compelling ideas and stories with select pacing and sound and you’ve got memorable entertainment with impact. Brittany found her way into journalism following a career as a contemporary dance artist in Toronto. A Master of Journalism at the University of British Columbia introduced her to audio, video, and digital modes of storytelling, and she has since diversified her coverage of arts in Canada to include culture, society, and current events. Brittany has freelanced for the CBC, Maclean’s, Canadian Geographic, and The Georgia Straight, among others. She is the former co-host and co-producer of Arts on Air at UBC’s radio station CiTR and still enjoys being a critic for Canada’s dance magazine, The Dance Current.

Brittany Duggan

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For Brittany, putting together a podcast episode is a bit like choreography — combine compelling ideas and stories with select pacing and sound and you’ve got memorable entertainment with impact. Brittany found her way into journalism following a career as a contemporary dance artist in Toronto. A Master of Journalism at the University of British Columbia introduced her to audio, video, and digital modes of storytelling, and she has since diversified her coverage of arts in Canada to include culture, society, and current events. Brittany has freelanced for the CBC, Maclean’s, Canadian Geographic, and The Georgia Straight, among others. She is the former co-host and co-producer of Arts on Air at UBC’s radio station CiTR and still enjoys being a critic for Canada’s dance magazine, The Dance Current.

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