With Sarah Stacey
In this episode, I talk with our Daughters of Change podcast producer and audio engineer, Sarah Stacey, about her recently completed radio documentary entitled -The Iveagh Trust: How Ireland’s Richest Man Housed Dublin’s Poor.
This story about Ireland’s oldest housing charity is close to Sarah’s heart, as her own family has been tenants of The Iveagh Trust for four generations and counting.
Sarah is a freelance audio producer and engineer with extensive experience across live radio, documentaries, podcasts, and promotional audio content. She was born in Dublin, Ireland, and moved to Wexford with her family at the age of 12.She has also lived in the UK and earned her master’s degree in Radio Production from Bournemouth University.
In 2021, Sarah was a New York Festivals Radio Awards finalist for her documentary, about John Lennon – entitled “Lennon: 40 Years On.
Currently, Sarah is in the process of branching out into music production and live sound, with a strong interest in mastering and audio restoration, and is working on her diploma in audio and music technology at Pulse College in Dublin.
It seems fitting to start the new year off with this very special Daughter of Change. Sarah is an integral part of Daughters of Change and I know that you will enjoy learning more about her and the fascinating work she does.
Links to Check Out:
- Link to Sarah’s Documentary
- Sarah’s LinkedIn Profile
- Sarah’s Website – sarahstaceyaudio.com
- Iveagh Trust Website
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Daughters of Change Podcast Producer: Sarah Stacey