LawCare 2022 impact report audio summary

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I worked with information storyteller Caroline Beavon on a piece of audio that would act as an accessible – but still meaningful – audio summary of the infographic she’d produced for them.

Caroline wrote the script, and we both leant our voices to it, with me adding music and sound effects. Just as visual dimensions like height and width can be used to differentiate numbers, we did a similar with in this piece with audio.

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