I have dabbled in the VO business part-time for several years. Since retiring from my day job, I have built a recording studio in my home, and am now a stay-at-home (most of the time) voice actor.
I am a violinist and singer, and have done a lot of acting in community theater, as well as commercial and film acting. I feel that my music and acting skills help a great deal with many things in voice acting, such as: phrasing, breath control, emotions, inflection.
My style can be sincere, authoritative, friendly, compassionate. I can be sweet or sassy, or bold and brassy. If the script calls for a British/Proper, or British/Cockney, or Irish accent, or Southern, Midwestern, or New York accent, I can accommodate.
Are you starting a new project and need to bring it to life?
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"Congratulations! We love you for the role of "Sandra"! You blew everyone else away! We thought you were a natural." ~Jay Riddle, Dir., The Forgiven
"Your work is wonderful" ~Erick Moreno, Arizona NPR
"You were wonderful; so many people have asked me who I got to do the voiceover. 🙂 You basically made the film. Hope to work together again some day." ~ Haley White, Prod., "Maudie"
I have taken courses by Susan Berkley, and Stuart Dillon. I’ve had one on ones with Randye Kaye, and Anne Ganguzza, and coaching by Terry Daniel and Joyce Catellanos. I have also attended live workshops, as well as workshops and webinars online.