Eric Winick

Eric Winick

Independent Producer

Eric Winick hails from Marblehead, Massachusetts, birthplace of the American Navy. He is the founder of Yarn AudioWorks, an audio production unit dedicated to storytelling and sound-rich documentaries. His pieces have been broadcast on NPR, in Anchorage, Austin, Birmingham, Champagne-Urbana, Chicago, Minneapolis, New England, and Seattle. Winick serves by day as Director of Marketing at Playwrights Horizons, an off-Broadway theater, and lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife and son.


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