About Me

From small-town Nebraska to Seoul, South Korea, Evadne Hendrix is a dynamic communicator with a passion for storytelling across cultural borders and media platforms.

Evadne has excelled as a writer, producer, and behind-the-scenes videographer for BYUradio's Kaboom Podcast, where she has demonstrated exceptional writing and organization skills by collaborating with a team of writers and producers. Her first audio drama, Vanishing Act, garnered 7,000 downloads in its first year.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications with a minor in Film from Brigham Young University. During her time at BYU, Evadne traveled to Korea and acted as cultural consultant, activities coordinator, and translator for a group of 25 students as they studied the Westernization of Asian media as part of a study abroad program. Her role at BYU Newsline showcased her ability to research and report on social issues and trending topics.

Evadne has also won several prestigious awards both for her academic record and films, including the Mary Lou Fulton Media Arts Scholarship, Edwin O. Haroldsen Award, Halloween Spooktacular Audience Choice Award (2022), and the Halloween Spooktacular Best Picture and Best Cinematography Awards (2023).

Evadne’s passion for entertainment extends beyond her professional endeavors, as evidenced by her tenure as a Feature Writer for Movie Web, where she engaged over 100K new readers with insightful articles on current entertainment news.

In her free time, Evadne loves watching Star Wars, Stargate: Atlantis, and Knives Out (among many, many other movies). And reading Jane Eyre. And working on her most recent craft. And playing virtual Risk with her siblings.

Currently, Evadne continues to leave her mark as a dedicated producer in Provo, Utah, where she orchestrates the production of several compelling projects, collaborates with fellow writers, and spearheads promotional events.