2180 Bryant St., Suite 210
San Francisco, CA 94110
Inspired • Dynamic • Professional
As digital content developers, our passion is helping you develop your story into compelling experiences. We create cutting-edge mobile tours, hands-on interactive exhibits and immersive adventures for the museum community and corporate clients. Earprint’s team includes audio and video artists, content designers, writers, composers and museum professionals. In partnership with our clients, we apply our collective energies to creating digital experiences that deepen visitors’ or customers' engagement with your organization.
Founder and CEO
Jason is an award-winning sound designer and composer from San Francisco, California. Jason founded Earprint Productions 15 years ago and has created immersive soundscapes for a variety of museums including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Oakland Museum of California, The Exploratorium, the Chattahoochee Nature Center and The Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian in New York City. His collaborative soundscape work “Day of Sound” aired on NPR’s All Things Considered and was included in the New York Times’ Time Capsule project. Jason was a sound designer and voice director for many of Electronic Arts’ popular Sims computer games. His theater sound design has twice garnered Outstanding Achievement awards from the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle.
Catherine is an award-winning writer and media producer interested in reimagining traditional museum tours. She has led content development for innovative mobile applications for the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Viewpoints: Body Language), the Cleveland Museum of Art (ArtLens, AAM Bronze Muse Award-winner 2013); the Dallas Cowboys’ art collection; the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian; SFMOMA; the San Francisco International Airport Aviation Museum, and many others. Highlights of her decade as Senior Producer with Antenna Audio include National Association for Interpretation award-winning audio tours for the USS Pampanito and the Ellis Island Immigration Station, as well as tours for Elvis Presley’s Graceland, The National Civil Rights Museum, the J. Paul Getty Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. While at Antenna, she also helped develop SFMOMA's 2008 MUSE-award winning podcast series, SFMOMA Artcasts. She has developed content for one of the first newspapers to go online, the San Jose Mercury News; reported on technology for a Silicon Valley podcasting startup; and made radio features aired on public radio stations nationwide.
Mia Greene Wyman
Mia has extensive experience managing resources and production in the creation of educational audio and multimedia programs for art and science museums. As Director of Production, International while at Antenna Audio, Inc., Mia led a global team in supporting Antenna’s Creative Department with all logistical aspects of content development and production for nearly 200 programs a year. She was responsible for resource allocation of external suppliers including studios, freelance writers and producers, and translators. She also oversaw archiving as well as rights and licensing. She managed production for award-winning programs for clients such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Louvre, the Getty, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Saint Paul’s Cathedral, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, and the USS Pampanito submarine in San Francisco. Before Antenna Audio, Mia worked in documentary film and public radio.