Jennifer Moss has spent nearly 20 years as a storyteller in various media. Starting in theatre, she moved into the print journalism, radio, podcasting, and digital interactive fields. Her writing revolves primarily around arts, social issues, and character-driven stories.
Jen has worked extensively in radio production for both CBC and Roundhouse Radio in Vancouver. She won a Jack Webster Award for Best Audio Feature in 2010 for Wild Art, a story about an artist and recovering addict. Jen has been a writer and interactive story producer on numerous award-winning interactive projects, including Bear 71 (NFB), Seven Digital Deadly Sins (The Guardian), Hyperlocal (CBC), Life on Hold (Al Jazeera), and The Last Hunt (NFB). She currently teaches Creative Writing for New Media, and Creative Writing for Podcasting at the University of British Columbia.
Events with Jennifer Moss
August 27, 2020
Dive into the power of sound, listening, and place-based podcasts. This creative retreat is a chance to deepen your audio storytelling and listening skills in a supportive group environment. New this year: the program will focus on the connection between lore and place – encouraging participants to introduce mythological or supernatural elements to their audio storytelling experiments. Sonically explore and document the unique coastal rainforest environments that surround Hollyhock through guided, attentive soundwalks. Enjoy the relaxing natural environment and opportunities for research and productive time to advance your personal acoustic projects. Get feedback on your ongoing projects, or create new audio stories that reflect…