Meet our 2019 cohort of Multitrack Fellows below. We’re so proud we had the chance to work with and get to know them during Multitrack’s first year.
Deborah Shorindé is a creative freelancer and an audio producer, who draws from her experiences growing up in London & Toronto. Her work explores the intersections between womanhood, community and diaspora – while also documenting her penchant for sunlight and SZA.
For more Deborah, follow her: @deborahsown
I’m DeMarkay Williams, I’m 19, a Broadcast and Digital Media Graduate and part of the original cohort of students at The Global Academy. I started there in September 2016 and graduated in June 2018.
I’m passionate about all things Audio and Radio, especially when I became the Head of Production and Station Coordinator for my school’s radio station – Youths Choice. In short, I basically made the station sound good with a huge bank of jingles and imaging.
Being one of the fellows is amazing and I can’t wait to start!
Follow DeMarkay here: @DeMarkayRadio
East London born music enthusiast, James Trice cut his teeth DJing for small and large venues throughout the UK, this is where his love of audio truly began. Having read how many radio DJs got there start in hospital radio, he approached Whitechapel AM, his local hospital station.
Just hoping to help out in some way, he was given the chance to become a presenter. The training he received there lead to him volunteering at local community station London Fields Radio and more recently legendary Hip-Hop station Itch FM.
All of which would lead to him wanting to make some more compelling pieces, audio based art that spoke to people. He took short courses and went to many audio talks, which ultimately put him on the path to the Multitrack fellowship.
Follow James here: @MajDuckworth
Raymond Tannor currently hosts a podcast entitled Peace of No Mind on Transmission Roundhouse. It’s a speech-based show where guests are interviewed to find out what peace of mind means to an individual, collective or group who positively frame their negative experiences.
He has a keen passion for collecting stories and an interest in documentary audio that unpacks niche experiences. He would love to produce podcasts and radio shows that highlight underrepresented groups/individuals in society. With an interest in art and theatre, he has previously facilitated for The Old Vic and the Roundhouse and appreciates most mediums that are used for creative expression.
Follow Raymond’s show on Instagram here: @peaceofnomindshow
Sandra Jean Pierre
Sandra Jean Pierre is a freelance audio producer. She has worked with several radios in London and Paris (NTS Radio, LYL Radio, Station Gare des Mines, Worldwide FM).
Most recently, she has been involved in the production of Somerset House Radio Marathon Assembly.
She studied literature, contemporary art, and post-colonial theory. Recently, she launched the project FKAN, reflecting on questions of post-coloniality, memory, and reparations, where ideas and debate can be shared in a variety of medium that goes beyond written criticism.
Follow Sandra here: @sandrajeanp