Welcome! Did I mention that I love what I do? (You probably read that on the first page. ) I collaborate with clients all over the world from my broadcast quality studio, voicing national and international commercial campaigns for companies like Bissell, Kraft/Capri Sun and Visit Orlando, narrating documentaries & web/explainer videos along with shows on both Slice Network in Canada and HGTV in the US. I’ve even played the role of a fairy queen in a children’s cartoon (and wow, was that fun!).
My journey to voice overs actually started with a love of computers. I used to sell computers when the 386-SX was new (remember those days?). That graduated to a love of the Internet and all that it could do (quite a lot!). I spent a number of years as an SEO specialist and media buyer for local companies, and along the way, incorporated my love of music and the Internet together when I created a songwriting resource website called The Muse’s Muse back in 1995. That was my testing ground for a LOT of Internet marketing methods.
But back then, there was more than one search engine that mattered. The minute that changed … well. I knew I needed a change.
I’ve been a singer all my life (I even have a jazz/blues album out, if you’d like to hear some samples) and have always been comfortable behind a microphone. It naturally made for a fascination with what else I could do with my voice. I researched, I got coaching (I still get coaching on a regular basis – there’s always more to learn!), I made a demo (more than one!), and I switched my entrepreneurial focus. That was quite a few years ago now and I haven’t looked back.
But what few people know? I’m a geeky fangirl at heart. I’ve been a member of a filk group called Urban Tapestry since 1994 and we’ve traveled all over the US, Canada & Europe performing our geeky fangirl songs for the folks that appreciate it. Ask me about Star Wars, Star Trek, Firefly, or tabletop gaming and you’ll be in for a lengthy conversation (if you want one, that is).
Feel free to listen to my demos to see if you think I’d be right for your project. I’d love to work with you.
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