Sayre Quevedo

Sayre Quevedo (@sayrequevedo) is an artist and journalist.

He works across mediums to tell stories about intimacy, identity, and human relationships. Quevedo began as a reporter with Youth Radio in Oakland, California at the age of 15 in 2008. Since then his work has been featured on National Public Radio, Marketplace , BBC Short Cuts , Love Me on the CBC, and Radio Atlas.

In 2018, his piece "Espera" received the TC/RHDF Directors' Choice award and his other piece "The Quevedos" was nominated for a Best Audio Documentary award by the International Documentary Association (IDA). The following year he won the 2019 Third Coast/RHDF Gold Award for Best Documentary for "The Return". It was also nominated for a Best Audio Documentary award by the IDA, his second nomination two years in a row.

Quevedo was the Fall 2019 Podcaster-In-Residence for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and an Associate Producer for The Daily at The New York Times and Latino USA . He currently works as a producer for VICE .


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