I attended American University in Washington, DC on a basketball scholarship (college years really are some of the best years of life). I spent most of my time after-college living that “cubicle life” but my creativity would not be denied and a longing for a boundless platform for expression led me to voiceovers.
I’ve trained with amazing coaches like Melissa Leebeart, Brenna McDonough and the legendary Chuck McKibben and study diligently at the school of “Life” where I hone my skills of character interpretation and development and am majoring in my favorite subject…people watching.
When I’m not “in class” or behind the mic, you can catch me hanging out with family and friends or tackling the next DIY project around the house. I can’t ball on the court like a used to (although I am a force to be reckoned with when shooting paper balls into the trash) but that freedom I loved so much in my youth is now expressed using words and a microphone.
Specialized in Categories
Audiobooks, Corporate, Narration, Training / E-learning
My experience comes from a combination of off-camera, on-camera, film and live performance. I have voiced spots for companies from Reading is Fundamental (RIF) to Baltimore Gas & Electric( BG&E) and the Federal Deposit Insurance Company (FDIC). I have also had speaking roles for LockHeed Martin, IRS, US Secret Service, GEICO, Army, Hawk Law Firm, Thompson Creek Window Company, Shore Healthcare Systems and made an appearance in the feature film, The Mighty Macs.
I have received voiceover training from DC area instructors John Burr, Melissa LeeBeart and Brenna McDonough and have honed my acting ability at the Theatre Lab and the DC Improv.
I received audio production training from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting and Chuck McKibben which has also prepared me to record and deliver dry and produced tracks including music and sound effects on request from my home studio with a 24-48 turn-around.
Companies I have voiced for
Reading is Fundamental(RIF)
Baltimore Gas & Electric
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