We develop and produce podcasts and other audio and video content, working closely with our clients to determine the ideal format for the story, identify audiences, and create the most immersive narrative experience.

We've worked on these projects, among many others:

 

EVICTED: THE EXHIBIT

Unfurl is currently creating media installations for an exhibition on the eviction crisis, opening this April 2018 at the National Building Museum in Washington DC. Inspired by the Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Evicted, by Matthew Desmond, our installations take visitors on the journeys of tenants facing evictions, told through powerful first-person testimony, soundscapes and still photography. 


BUSTED: AMERICA’S POVERTY MYTHS

A special podcast series for WNYC’s On the Media. Winner of a 2017 Newswomen’s Club of New York Award for In-Depth Reporting.


OBAMA FOUNDATION: LEGACY PROJECT

A collection of audio stories produced for the Obama Foundation with Blue State Digital and StoryCorps - capturing the voices of everyday people whose lives have been positively impacted by the Obama presidency. Featured on the obama.org legacy website and reaching millions via social media.


GATES FOUNDATION: FINDING OUR WAY PROJECT

A collection of stories about family homelessness for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in partnership with StoryCorps, broadcast on KUOW.


BBC RADIO 4: PEOPLE TALKING

A feature documentary about the pioneering British radio and TV producer Denis Mitchell (with Brook Lapping Radio).


STORYCORPS

Members of our team have worked on the StoryCorps NPR broadcast and weekly podcast, as well as a collection of stories about the victims and survivors of 9/11, winner of the 2012 Peabody and Columbia duPont awards.


STORYCORPS ANIMATIONS

Members of our team have produced dozens of StoryCorps' animations, which have been nominated for News and Documentary Emmy Awards, and selected for the Sundance Film Festival. These popular shorts—combining audio testimony with vivid animation—have been screened on PBS and shared widely on social media.