I'm a producer at NPR and a founding member of the interactive audiovisual storytelling collective Science Fiction Trope. I also do other things.
science fiction trope: creator/writer
npr: on the radio
npr: behind-the-scenes production
dc sound scene: installations
other fun stuff
I began at NPR's DC headquarters in 2008 as an intern on All Things Considered; after that I worked at All Things Considered and Weekend All Things Considered before being hired full-time at Morning Edition, where in 2011 I directed live coverage the night Osama bin Laden's assassination was announced; in late 2013 I relocated to NPR West in Los Angeles, where I continue to produce for Morning Edition.
Outside of NPR, from 2009-2013 I produced audio installations for dc listening lounge's annual "Sound Scene" events; in 2012 I joined the writing staff of The Charlie Visconage Show; in 2013 I created/wrote DC's acclaimed installation "The Time Machine: A Scientific Romance."
Before that, I attended Penn State, a college that I graduated from in exchange for money and schoolwork. I was a reporter and editor for The Daily Collegian and hosted/reported for NPR member station WPSU-FM.
Travis Larchuk refuses to write about himself in the third person.
...to e-mail me, add "@gmail.com" onto my last name; my uninsightful Twitter feed can be found here
*above picture of me shamelessly stolen from here