By way of introduction, here is a sample of my work:

A woman records her confrontation with her former Mormon mission president, who she alleges raped her in the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah. He denies the rape allegation, but can be heard admitting to sexual misconduct with multiple women throughout his career as a high-ranking leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In this two-part series, the #MeToo movement comes to Mormonism.

Written, recorded and edited by Derrick Clements.


Jon Fasman takes a walk across Queens, New York City, and through America’s past, present and future.

Written by Jon Fasman; produced and edited by Amica Nowlan; recorded and produced by Derrick Clements.


A parody song goes viral in this story in which the relationship between the Walt Disney company and Mormonism is interrogated.

Written, recorded and edited by Derrick Clements.

Fairly astounding and somewhat forgotten, the story of Mykel and Carli Allan is equal parts inspiring and tragic. The two sisters hold a legendary place in Weezer lore: The band and their intense fan base truly wouldn't be what they are today without these two sisters. Theirs was no ordinary fandom.

Written, recorded and edited by Derrick Clements and Court Mann.

On this week’s episode of What’s The Point, David Munier, sets supervisor for “The Good Dinosaur,” discusses how he and his team crafted the film’s virtual world. Then, Derrick Clements of The Pixar Podcast talks to Mike Tischler, director of the USGS National Geospatial Program, about how his agency gathers its data.

Segment produced and hosted by Derrick Clements.

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The Economist

All Things Considered / NPR

Weekend Edition / NPR

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