Tyler Wetherall is a British author and journalist living and working in Brooklyn. Her writing has appeared in publications including The Guardian, The Times, Vice, Condé Nast Traveler, Narratively, and The Irish Independent, amongst others. Her debut book, No Way Home: A Memoir of Life on the Run, is out now from St. Martin's Press.
“As soon as I heard an Acoustigram story, I was struck by its potential for storytelling and excited to be involved. The format challenged me as a writer to create a script that wasn't linear, but closer to immersive theatre. The listener can move around the experience at will, and it's your job as the writer to make sure wherever they move they come away feeling they've been transported by the story.“
Ayla McCarthy Combes
Ayla is a theatre artist and multimedia creator living in New York City. Exploring the links between the love of theatre and the love of the healing arts by creating works in numerous forms that construct a bridge between these two worlds.
“Acoustigram has expanded my ability to share my voice in a new and exciting medium.”
Brendan Jay Sullivan
Brendan Jay Sullivan is the author of Rivington Was Ours: Lady Gaga, the Lower East Side and the Prime of Our Lives.
“Acoustigram delivers rich storytelling in a new, immersive and interactive way to listeners, giving them the ability to deepen their connection to the world around them.”