Emily Duncan Wilson is a sound designer, composer and woodwind musician, who combines her love of music with her passions for theatre and storytelling, combining technical and team leadership skills with collaborative content creation and musically motivated design. 

Originally from New Hampshire, she holds an MFA in Sound Design from the Yale School of Drama and is a graduate of Smith College in Northampton, MA with a B.A in multiple woodwind performance.

For the last two years, she has worked at Interlochen Center for the Arts in a variety of roles, including as an Audio Producer with Interlochen Public Radio, as a faculty design advisor in the theatre department, in Residence Life, and as a director of a camp division for Interlochen Arts Camp.

She loves spending time outdoors hiking, kayaking, traveling, sitting in coffee shops, wearing scarves, doing calligraphy, drinking seltzer, browsing used bookstores and record stores, and thinking about sound.