At an early age my family knew (hoped?) that I was destined to someday to work in the entertainment industry. I was the never-stop-talking, always engaging class clown. I loved listening to the radio and was more interested in what the announcers were saying than the music that was being played. I used to mimic the on-air banter and commercials I heard.
My “speaking for a living” career began at 17 years old while still in high school.
In 2000 I left on-air broadcasting but have continued to use my versatile voice recording narrations, commercials, image liners and promotional announcements for radio, TV, advertising agencies and corporate clients. I have a state-of-the-art home recording studio which allows me to provide broadcast quality and a quick turnaround on urgent projects.
I listen to my clients and work closely with them to convey their message appropriately, accurately and professionally. I’m passionate about what I do and what I can do for my clients.