#22 Screw It, I’m Going Outside
It’s summer and I want to go outside.
So I shut down my computer and go off on an expedition to
understand an unknown world unfolding right under my nose — The Poké-world.
Millennial began as a serialized podcast documenting post-graduation life.
It's best to start at the beginning.
#10 Best of Both Worlds
Making Millennial: An Out-Of-Body Experience
This season we're doing something different.
I’m going to track down stories of other people who are going through their 20s,
bring them back and share them with you.
#11 Facebook, Mexico & Peter Pan
#14 I Never Talk About Politics
#17 Fake It Till You Make It
#20 The Haves and Have-Mores
#12 When Would We Get Married?
#15 Good Cop, Bad Cop
#18 Nothin' But Net
#21 Moving Out
#13 Long Distance Love Story
#16 Double Life
#19 Message in a Bottle
#22 Screw It, I'm Going Outside
THE MILLENNIAL FAMILY
Host and Producer
Megan is a radio producer based in her closet in Portland, Maine. Before graduating from Western Kentucky University with a degree in photojournalism in 2014 she worked alongside WNYC’s Radiolab, The Minneapolis Star Tribune, Timber & Frame Media, and The Chautauquan Daily. Her film and photographic work has been recognized by College Photographer of the Year, National Press Photographers Association, and The William Randolph Hearst Competition. As a radio host and producer she has been recognized by BuzzFeed, The Huffington Post, The AV Club, Medium, The Guardian, Refinery 29, The Timbre, and The Public Radio Exchange.
Matisse Miller is a digital strategist and has worked some of the world’s most iconic brands including Best Buy, Costco, Weight Watchers, and Nike. Before starting her career, Matisse earned her bachelor’s degree in marketing with a concentration in economics from Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona. Today, she works at Edelman Digital in Seattle and spends her free time outside in the Cascades and Olympic Peninsula.
Ben is the founder of the production company Timber & Frame. He has worked with organizations in diverse and challenging locations including Bosnia, the Mexican/US border and the Ecuadorian Amazon. He studied at the nationally renowned photojournalism program at Western Kentucky University and his work has been recognized by the regional EMMYs, National Press Photographers Association and the William Randolph Hearst competition, known as the Pulitzers of college journalism.
Laura is a college senior studying English and the founder of This Dartmouth Life, a storytelling group that hosts live storytelling events open-mic style. She has written for her college paper and has hosted a radio show at WDCR, Dartmouth’s broadcasting station. At school, Laura is currently writing a senior thesis on the sounds of race in radio and podcasts. More specifically, she's exploring how some journalists of color engage with code-switching when telling stories on the air.
Devon Taylor is a writer and editor living in New York City. Before joining the team at Millennial, she was the editor in chief of The Timbre, an online magazine devoted to podcast reviews and curation. Her work has been featured in The Atlantic, CutBank, and The Tottenville Review, among other publications. She holds a law degree from Rutgers University and a Master of Fine Arts in creative nonfiction from the University of Memphis, where she served as senior nonfiction editor of The Pinch. Some people say she takes too many pictures of her dog, but she thinks she takes just enough.
Cindy Li is a sophomore at Dartmouth College, (probably) majoring in Mathematics and double-minoring in Spanish and Human-Centered Design. She loves to travel, learn new languages, and have meaningful conversations with the strangers she meets in hostels abroad. Her favorite time of the day is listening to podcasts on her daily commute. In Cindy's spare time, she enjoys dyeing hair, cooking and taking pictures of her culinary creations, and doing aerial silks and hoop.
THE EXTENDED FAMILY
Alex Kapelman is a podcast producer and consultant based in New York City. He has produced content for and with some of the biggest and most respected public radio and podcasting organizations in the country, including WNYC, KCRW, and Gimlet Media. His audio work has been featured in New York Magazine, BuzzFeed, Entertainment Weekly, and USA Today, and he has been featured as an industry thought leader by WIRED, Mashable, and Apple. Alex co-founded and co-produces Pitch, a critically acclaimed narrative podcast series that has been lauded by NPR, Slate, Flavorwire, Los Angeles Magazine, and more.
SARA BROOKE CURTIS
Sara Brooke Curtis is an award winning independent radio producer and storyteller currently based in Vermont. Her work has been featured on KCRW’s UnFictional, ABC’s Earshot, State of the Re:Union, ARRVLS, The Splendid Table, Third Coast International Audio Festival’s podcast Re:sound, and others. She was a 2015 11th Hour Food and Farming Journalism Fellow at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism and recently won a Gracie Award for her radio story Ask Me. She loves deep listening, storytelling, and sound collecting.
Dillon Ward is a filmmaker from Murray, KY. Thanks to his parents, he was raised on old MGM musicals, Hitchcock, Columbo and Abbott and Costello. During the summer of 2012, he was a Development Assistant at Scott Rudin Productions. He has worked on the movies RED and 21 Jump Street, and his work has been recognized by the Emmys, Slamdance, IFP, PBS, National Geographic, Screencraft and the Nashville Film Festival.