Barb Hendrickson, born in Arlington, Texas and raised in Oklahoma City, graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. While attending OU, Barb worked at NPR station KGOU, serving in various capacities including classical and jazz announcer and public service director. For the next fourteen years, Barb was at University of Central Oklahoma public radio station KCSC, where she served as operations manager and membership director. Barb created, hosted, and produced the nationally syndicated film music radio program, Filmscapes, on the air from 1999 through 2004 as an hour-long, weekly program. In 2006, Barb revived the show as the shorter-form Filmscapes Intermission.
In addition to her radio work, Barb has been involved in the Oklahoma music scene. She spent five years editing a music webzine, has written for the webzine oklahomarock.com, and has organized and promoted eight successful garage sale/shows featuring local Oklahoma bands and merchants. Most recently, Barb and her partner, Allan Vest, have been writing and recording music as doubleVee. Her other interests include traveling, photography, caving, and rollercoasters. She’s proud to be from a family that values creativity and supports artistry of all kinds. She and Allan live in Oklahoma City with their 16-year-old Chihuahua Special Agent Fox Mulder.