Saxon Baird is a writer, journalist, audio producer and photographer located in Brooklyn, NY where he lives with his cat Dee Dee (named after Douglas Glenn Colvin).
His writing has been featured in The Atlantic, Slate, Guernica, EATER, Gothamist, Bandcamp, and The Fader to name a few. Saxon’s work focuses on music, social justice, worker’s rights and surfing. His short fiction has also appeared on Queen Mob’s Teahouse and The Fanzine.
He is the producer of several hour-long documentaries on Caribbean music and politics for PRI’s Peabody-Award winning Afropop Worldwide. In 2018, he produced and launched the first ever podcast for The FADER.
Saxon’s film photography has been featured in F-Stop Magazine and will be exhibited this year in group exhibitions in both Rome and New York City.
He’s been on TV a few times too.
For more of what he’s done, click around the website. Hit him up if you want to collaborate, get a beer or go surfing.