Hello, I’m Elisa.
This blog started as a way for me to document live music I was seeing while unemployed and living at home in Sacramento. Traveling, helping out at a record store and getting more ambitious with Audacity inspired me to document much more: my own musical experiments, people’s voices and stories, dollar-bin discards, everyday sounds that we take for granted.
My love of sharing audio started at UC Davis, hosting a radio show on and living/breathing KDVS. Then, while studying arts journalism at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, I learned about video editing, animation and interactive web. I moved to Washington, D.C., to intern at Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, and I stayed for an editing job at the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage.
See more things I do: elisahough.com
- oki yo!: Okinawa travel/music blog
- Summer Olympian: Olympia travel blog
- The Circumscribe: Intro to Journalism blog
- Phoning It In: Radio show/podcast
If I used your music or photos and you don’t want me to, please just e-mail me: bibdigits at gmail.
Disclaimer: This is a personal blog and any views or opinions represented here belong solely to me. They do not represent those of the Smithsonian Institution or the Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage.