Seth Greene Samuel is an Emmy Award-winning composer and sound designer.
He is the original score composer for PBS and KQED's video series Deep Look; sound designer and composer for Al Jazeera/AJ+'s new audio unit, KQED podcast The Leap, and independent podcast The Specialist; and the sound engineer for the Neda Nobari Foundation podcast West of Middle East, KQED/MindShift podcast Stories Teachers Share, independent podcast The Stoop, Mother Jones podcast Bite, and The African Sky Podcast.
From 2010-2015, Seth produced and mixed KALW's multi-award-winning daily news-magazine, Crosscurrents and countless (hundreds?) of features, interviews, and documentaries for KALW.
From 2011-2014, he produced KALW's VoiceBox, a weekly public radio and podcast series dedicated to exploring the human voice. From 2009-2010 he composed original scores for nearly 100 of Richard Kostelanetz's Video Fiction and Video Poetry.
He has a bachelor's degree in music composition from Oberlin Conservatory and a master's degree in music composition for film and multimedia from NYU.
He lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his brilliant wife, his toddler, his
cat, and his dog.
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