is a multimedia storyteller

Since she began working for NPR members stations in 2013, her work has been featured in broadcast programs and podcasts across the United States. The documentary-style stories she tells are grounded in the art of a good interview.

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kuow’s 2018 marketing video

Radio Interviews

Her personal radio documentary, Tie My Tubes, garnered praise in 2016 from listeners nationwide. In 2017, she collaborated with journalist and audio artist Davis Land to produce the mini series Dear: The Letters Between Two Friends.

In 2018, she won the Social Butterfly Award for documenting her team’s participation in KCRW’s 24-Hour Radio Race; she received recognition from judges for the “inventive energy” demonstrated in her team’s submission, Other Side of the Closet.

With a deep appreciation for film and television, Ripley produces videos. She directed and edited KUOW’s 2018 marketing video. As a professional social media strategist, Ripley manages official accounts for Seattle’s largest NPR station with an audience of over 110k.

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She volunteers teaching teenagers audio storytelling:

Hear what Brie Ripley produced with teens in 2017 and 2018.