Sara Curtis

Sara Curtis

Independent Producer


Sara Curtis is a freelance radio producer, writer and photographer. Her radio stories have aired on KCRW's UnFictional, State of the Re:Union, KALW's Audiograph, ABC's Earshot, ARRVLS, and PRX Remix. She was the 2015 People's ShortDoc award winner from the Third Coast International Audio Festival. She is currently an 11th Hour Food and Farming Journalism Fellow at UC Berkeley.

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