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Dominic Anthony Walsh

Edlis Neeson Arts and Culture Editor and Reporter

Dominic joined the Edlis Neeson arts and culture desk at Aspen Public Radio in Jan. 2022.

Since then, he’s reported on Andy Warhol’s time in Aspen, a backcountry (mis)adventure and Aspen’s biggest party of the decade.

Dominic comes to the Roaring Fork Valley from San Antonio, where he covered energy, the environment and public health as a Report For America corps member for his hometown station, Texas Public Radio. He contributed to TPR’s national Edward R. Murrow Award-winning digital coverage of protests and the pandemic in 2020, produced a special report on workers dying from heat exposure with a national team that was recognized by Investigative Reporters & Editors and looked into chemical disasters across Texas for TPR and Houston Public Media’s “Fire Triangle” investigative series — which made NPR’s list of podcasts “NPR One listeners couldn’t get enough of in 2021.”

He graduated in 2020 from Trinity University, where he got his broadcasting start as a student host for the jazz-by-day, indie-by-night campus station, KRTU 91.7 FM. Before journalism, Dominic made music with the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio, Trinity’s jazz ensemble and in San Antonio’s underground indie community.