I am fortunate. With a creative spirit and an analytical mind, I get to spend time in that delicious space where creation meets business, humor meets seriousness, and agendas meet real human beings.
To give you a little history, I cut my teeth in Corporate America as a Deloitte systems consultant. And while it wasn't terrifically fun, it gave me a solid schooling on business, technology, groups, leadership, structure, entrepreneurial thinking, and how things actually get done.
I have a graduate degree that I use every day, and a creative partner whom I respect and admire. On a more personal note, I feel deeply curious about how we experience life, and I marvel at all the contradictions that we juggle each day.
I often walk around thinking, "Whoa. Did anybody else see that?"
I've been a SAG-AFTRA voice artist for the last 18 years. And I'm happy to tell you the story of how I got into voice work, just ask.
In the meantime, take a listen to some recent work.
M.S. Adult Education, University of Wisconsin--Madison
B.S. Neuroscience/Linguistics, University of Indiana---Bloomington
Languages: French, Italian
OTHER SPECIAL SKILLS
Teleprompter: Medical/Technical/Legal Vocabulary
Comedy: Stand-Up and Improv
Can sneeze on cue.
Studied stand-up comedy at the SF Comedy College.
Yeah, they call it a "college."
(But the diplomas are kinda silly.)
Born and raised in the frozen midwest (Madison, WI).
Reared in Cheeseland by two educators from Mississippi
who met in the fourth grade, and remained in love their whole adult lives.
Grew up in the southern tradition of "Yes M'am No M'am", and "Yes Sir. No Sir" (and frequent helpings of grits).