About Diana Williams
Diana is a professional storyteller. Recently she's been communicating energy policy. Prior to that, she completed a role as the first and primary manager of marketing and communications for BackStory, an American history podcast that wrapped production in 2020. As the founder and principal of Williams Multimedia, a media production and marketing company specializing in audio storytelling, Diana strives to tell and amplify stories that represent marginalized voices.
Diana has an MA in journalism and public affairs from American University. She also holds a bachelor's in visual communications and an associate's in paralegal studies. Her mother-in-law hopes that she'll eventually round out her collection with a PhD.
Diana and her husband Clarence and have lived in the Shenandoah Valley since 1997 and the City of Waynesboro since 2011.
They raised their sons there and decided to stay after they both graduated and left the nest. Their oldest, C.C. (far right), is an aspiring actor with bases in Brooklyn, NY and Richmond, VA. The youngest, Christopher (middle), is an up and coming chef with plans to open a food truck serving central Virginia.
They live with their dogs Luna, Lincoln and Bella and an ornery cat, Sullivan.
DDG Audio Support Services
I'm excited to work with some of the best minds in the business! Please note that all audio related services are now offered under DDG, which means you'll benefit from having my partners and me available to support you and your stories.
About Graham Griffith
About David Stenhouse
Graham is a US-based media strategist and freelance audio producer and designer with a track record of creating programming that responds to the changing media landscape. From launching public radio programs (notably the award-winning, national talk show On Point after the 9-11 attacks, and The Takeaway) to helping develop the global curriculum of Spotify's Sound Up incubator, GG has developed a unique perspective on podcasting and radio specifically, and journalism in general.
He now works with independent media organizations on new media initiatives and in building stronger journalistic practices. Current and recent clients include Embrace Race, New England Public Media, the International Committee of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), On Point, On Being, Fresh Air, Spotify, Transitions OnLine (TOL), Futuro Media, Gimlet Media, Princeton University, Wesleyan University, and The Conversation US. His efforts are focused on capacity-building and user-centered design within organizations that recognize the importance of quality, independent media in building stronger civic society.
David is a multi award winning programme editor and executive producer who has worked for BBC Radio in the UK and the US and served as Executive Editor of Backstory, the American History Podcast in Charlottesville Virginia.
He is skilled at working with creative teams to help them actualise their goals, and has produced or executive produced hundreds of audio documentary projects on history, religion, science, the arts and culture. He particularly enjoys working on projects which combine compelling storytelling, cutting edge research and public facing scholarship.
He was visiting Professor of Journalism at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow between 2006-2009.
He lives in the UK where he is the Chief Executive of the John Schofield Trust, a not for profit which works to diversify the journalism industry.
He also mentors for Multiverse and the UK's Social Mobility Foundation.