Corianna Moffatt poses with the niece of one of her interviewees from Cuba, NY at their family farm.
Credit Corianna Moffatt
In 2013, Corianna Moffatt quit her job and hit the road. She was twenty-five years old and working as the Catering Manager at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
“It was with good people in Boston, a city that I loved," she says. "But I was unhappy very unhappy, and it was time.”
In this audio documentary, she explains why she was unhappy and what motivated her to spend four months traveling around the country, meeting strangers and recording interviews with them. She also reveals the "impossible" questions she asked to spur conversation.
On this Valentine’s Day, WUTC wants you to ask yourself: What is the number of love? How does a relationship function?
In this story, we follow the relationship between Chattanoogans Amy Lolmaugh and Gryffon Daughtery. After meeting at drama club, their relationship takes many interesting turns which include Halloween haunts, jealousy, marriage, and a Google calendar.
From December 13th to the 16th, the holiday edition of Walk in My Shoes will take place at the ReCreate Cafe in Chattanooga. It transforms true, authentic stories so the can be performed in front of an audience. Some of these stories detail what it is like to be homeless and living on the streets.