This week’s episode is going to be a little different.
Andrew recently had the opportunity to assist his partner and wife, Sarah, with research and data collection on a species of endangered cactus in northern Arizona.
“As lofty plans fell to pieces, the absence of expectation revealed a symphony of sounds from the places we visited.”
Those places included a nearly 150 year-old cabin, desert wash basins, soaring red cliffs, and hillsides already dusted with snow.
Field recordings, sound design, and production: Andrew Jeweleye
Special thanks to: Sarah for always including me in her adventures, Connor for allowing me the space and time to explore this weird experiment in sound.