Alison just wrapped producing and editing the CBS "Mobituaries" podcast episode "Sammy Davis, Jr.: Death of the Entertainer" with Mo Rocca. She also co-produced the documentary film "I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth Vs. Michelle Carter," which had its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival March 9 and will air on HBO later in 2019.
At the same time, Alison is finishing her final episode of "Voices of Vietnam," the NEH-grant-funded audio documentary series from the inspired radio program "With Good Reason." She's also produced segments for the American history podcast "Backstory," and was the Associate Producer for Oxide, a monthly radio program about the economy.
Alison is a media producer, researcher, writer, and storyteller. A graduate of the Transom Story Workshop, she received the 2015 Miller Audio Prize from The Missouri Review for her audio essay "Leaving Los Angeles," and then went on to produce 3 documentary films with acclaimed director Erin Lee Carr. Her resume also includes podcasts and radio stories, documentaries, web series, corporate media, and reality TV credits for PBS, Discovery, HGTV, WCAI, and the Journalism Center on Children and Families. She graduated magna cum laude with an MFA in Integrated Media Arts from CUNY Hunter College in 2008.
Alison curates a blog of unsent emails called Saved To Draft, is writing a sitcom pilot called "Not Living the Dream," and considers starting a podcast about NJ constantly. She's lived in New York and L.A. and once spent a month walking 500 miles across Spain, but is currently creating content from her Jersey Shore hometown, often next to a 23-lb baby and a 24-lb cat.