Role 
Director • Producer • Editor • Animator

Emmy Nomination
Arts and Culture Reporting • 2020 

Summary It’s nearly impossible to turn on the radio and not hear a male artist singing really high. Likely he’s a tenor, and more often than not he’ll sing in falsetto. This isn’t a trend — it has been the status quo for decades. Using the data diving know-how of The Pudding, and drawing on the expertise of Anthony Roth Costanzo, a professional opera singer, I dug into the world of the high male vocal range by tracking how pervasive it really is in pop music across the decades.

Credits

Story Editor
Bridgett Henwood


Research
The Pudding 


Additional Animation
Dion Lee, Coleman Lowndes