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Rosie Julin

Rosie's background could be summed up as a generalist and professional explainer. She has tried out a few different roles – expat, policy wonk, craft cocktailian, and now podcaster - and has been known to geek out over the nitty-gritty that makes each one special. Rosie is fascinated by how the what and where you live, influences the who and why of a person’s life. She seeks out stories that celebrate our differences whilst offering up a glimpse of our shared humanity. Or at least that’s the goal. Rosie is a recent Audio Storytelling graduate at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies where she learnt the fine art of the narrative arc (as well as the all-important Pro Tools). Rosie is currently launching Popcuria, audio documentaries about people and places.

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