Cristal Duhaime

Cristal Duhaime

radio producer

Cristal Duhaime is a co-creator and producer of CBC's Love Me. Previous to that she worked as a producer on WireTap with Jonathan Goldstein – whose team was awarded the 2015 Prix Italia for Best Original Radio Drama. She also won the Gold Prize at the Prix Nova for her short drama Call of Dating, written and produced with Mira Burt-Wintonick. She has worked as editor of various CBC arts and culture programs as well as audio tours for Antenna International. She is currently writing and producing a new fiction series for Howl.

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