The Ripple is a place for people to share their stories and experiences around September 11th, 2001. Each persons story from that day is important and deserves a platform and that’s what we do here. We make sure these stories are heard.
The Ripple is hosted by Jennifer Judkins.
New episodes will be posted on our Instagram account, so follow us there for updates! https://www.instagram.com/theripplepodcast/
Do you have a weird/interesting/special story to share from September 11, 2001 or the weeks around it? Head over to the contact page and send us an email if you do! We take submissions from all over the world.
Jennifer Judkins is a photographer who documents the lives of her friends, family, and the world around her.
In 2007, she turned her camera toward her father, a 9/11 recovery worker who became ill as a result of his exposure to toxins at Ground Zero. Judkins photographed her father and family over the course of six years, until his death in early 2013. In 2016, she turned this body of work into something much larger, the audio documentation of those effected by the events of September 11th, 2001
Story teller portraits were taken by Jennifer. You can see more of her work here: http://jenniferjudkins.com/
Daniel is an artist located in Long Island, NY.
He’s nominated for best soundtrack and score at the 2016 AOF Film Festival in LA, composer on ‘Firmes’ a NYC based documentary on Nat Geo Mundo and owner of Drum Bunny studios where he cuts and pastes tracks and visuals for Independent films, podcasts and documentaries.
Subscribe to Daniel’s YouTube channel for his most recent collaboration project: