Two women, quarantining apart for a year, exchange disposable cameras and the stories of lost-and-found parts of their worlds, eight miles apart. These are the stories they uncovered.
Kelly Moffitt is a passionate storyteller who works at the intersection of digital media and community building. She works at Columbia University, where she develops engagement strategies for Columbia News and crafts content about the university. Previously, she worked as a producer at StoryCorps, traveling the country recording stories from everyday Americans and editing those recordings for broadcast on NPR's Morning Edition. In her free time, she plays with her cat Moosh and writes young adult fiction, poetry and memoir. She also teaches classes on podcasting and strategic communication management.