Before creating the Snap Judgment radio show, Glynn worked as an educator, diplomat, community activist, actor, political strategist, fist-shaker, mountain-hollerer, and foot stomper.
Glynn composed music for the Kunst Stoff dance performances in San Francisco, rocked live spoken word poetry in Detroit, joined a band in Indonesia, wrote several screenplays, painted a daring series of self portraits, released a blues album, and thinks his stories are best served with cocktails.
Mark Ristich founded Snap Judgment with Glynn. Mark records, writes, edits and produces for Snap Judgment and has no other interests.
Anna Sussman has been trying to report serious stories but really has been reporting on frivolity for the past nine years. She earned two masters degrees from the University of California at Berkeley, in Journalism and Human Rights, and founded Backpackjournalist.org with her husband, reporting stories on U.S military debacles, international war tribunals and man-eating crocodiles from 21 countries. Anna comes to Snap Judgment from the wilds of the freelance jungle where she reported for CNN, Current TV, PRI, and the San Francisco Chronicle. She also plays the banjo and can be spotted in a Thai sports drink commercial.
Marisa is the Digital Producer for Snap Judgment and Spooked. She worked on the Digital Team at CBS Radio and has voiced dozens of commercials – selling you the likes of a grand slam breakfast, wholesale discounts, and blue jeans. When Marisa first moved to the Bay Area, she reported for The Pacifica Evening News at KPFA Radio. Marisa was on the Marketing Team at the San Francisco Chronicle, where she was the podcast promotion lead, and helped to produce over 80 events/year. She appreciated the institution’s photo and wine archives, equally. She was the Director of her college’s radio station, producing a weekly French music show called Le Meilleur Radio.
Teo is the graphic artist and video editor for Snap Judgment and Spooked. They were born and raised in San Diego to Filipinx immigrant parents. Teo traded palm trees for redwoods to receive a degree in Film & Digital Media at UC Santa Cruz. After college, Teo moved to Oakland where they worked as a bike mechanic and documentary filmmaker before landing at Snap.
John Fecile is an audio producer, filmmaker, and storyteller. His work has appeared on NPR and been featured in The Guardian, The New York Times, and Al Jazeera. He has won awards in the US and UK, including Bronze at the 2017 Third Coast International Audio Festival for his documentary Blink Once for Yes. He is a co-founder of The Trump Diaries Project (KCRW) and contributes to 99% Invisible and Curious City (WBEZ). His first show was a college radio series called “The Pea-Sized Professor” about a mad scientist who accidentally shrinks himself; hijinks ensue.