Case Conover (b. 1984) is an artist, storyteller and radio producer living in Berkeley, CA.
Radio! Case produced San Francisco's NPR variety program West Coast Live from 2010 to 2016. The show features interviews and performances by renowned authors, musicians, and other cultural figures, all done live on-stage. Case occasionally stepped in as guest-host for Sedge Thomson. Currently, he is a freelance audio producer, having recently created VIP Pass: SF Sketchfest for Audible -- an audio documentary about one of the country's biggest comedy festivals.
Storytelling! Case's writing has been featured in national publications including Backpacker and Sierra magazines. He is also an award-winning storyteller for The Moth radio hour and Fireside Storytelling.
Film! He is the Associate Producer of Kepler's Dream, a feature film starring Kelly Lynch, Holland Taylor, Sean Patrick Flanery, Isabella Blake-Tomas (2017).
Circus! In the 90's, Case juggled, unicycled, and clowned his way into the Vermont-based youth troupe Circus Smirkus, and had a starring role in Disney Channel's 16-part reality show Totally Circus. He went on to study visual art at Oberlin College (2006) in Ohio, where he co-founded OCircus!.
Hiking! In 2004, he thru-hiked the 2,174 mile Appalachian Trail, from Georgia to Maine. In 2016, he thru-hiked the 2650-mile Pacific Crest Trail, from Mexico to Canada.
Art! He creates and shows his work around the Bay Area and beyond. Check some of it out on this website, which should be updated soon...
Follow him on Instagram @earth___heart.
case.conover at gmail