We’re a group of creative people who wear many different hats – as linguists, technologists, anthropologists, actors, writers, journalists. But what brings it all together is storytelling and critical thinking. (Or critical thinking through storytelling.)
We always strive to practice a feminist ethics of care, equality, and epistemic justice.
Have a look around to see what we’re up to…
We are a small team of independent creators with a wide range of talents and expertise. Each project we work on is unique, and we work together to make our projects come to life through music, audio production, film, and storytelling. We love a challenge – anything from fantasy to fact-based documentaries.
Co-founder of Cherry Soup, Kira is a postdoctoral research fellow in media law and policy at the University of Oxford. She is also a writer and audio producer, with over a decade of experience conducting ethnographic and media interviews.
Co-founder of Cherry Soup, a Manchester-based musician and educator, specialising in songwriting, music/lyrics, composition, audio production, editing, and mixing.
Christy is a freelance Podcast Producer and Sound Editor who is commissioned by academic departments across the University of Oxford to make podcasts about research. Among others, Christy has worked with the Sub-faculty of Spanish, the Law Faculty and Rhodes Trust, for whom she has produced, hosted and/or edited podcasts such as the Oxford Spanish Literature Podcast, the Rhodes Humanities Forum Podcast and RightsUp. Christy is passionate about communicating research to a wider audience and, most recently, has started contributing short interviews with University scientists to Radio Cherwell‘s ‘Hospital News’ show. You can follow Christy’s podcast projects on Twitter (@ChristyPodcasts) and Instagram (@christy_podcasts).