Carlyle Calhoun is a journalist, podcast producer, and multimedia storyteller based in New Orleans. She is currently producing Sea Change, a podcast that dives deep into life on our rapidly changing coasts with WWNO New Orleans Public Radio. Carlyle's work has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post,  and National Geographic Adventure, in film festivals, and regularly heard on public radio. 

Carlyle began her career working as a photographer for newspapers in Wyoming and North Carolina and later as a freelance photojournalist based in Croatia and Bosnia. In recent years she has focused on environmental issues, working on projects that aim to communicate stories that are both underreported and critical. She produced Downwind and Downstream, a series of films about the environmental and health impacts of coal ash across the country. The films screened at festivals including the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival and were part of nation-wide public awareness campaigns. Her podcasts include Sea Change, and a limited series about America's public lands (in development).