My entire grade-school education was in French, so it’s not surprising that I have always been drawn to language. I came to the world of voiceover by chance, when a radio station manager asked me: “Have you ever been on the radio?” The moment I sat in front of the mic I was hooked. I was on the air the very next week, and soon I was hosting and programming my own public radio show. I had the good fortune to program some amazing music, including some new works that came my way, and I loved interviewing some of the world-renowned artists and musicians I had grown up idolizing. Since then, my focus has transitioned to voiceovers. My clients have included Icy Hot, Newsday, Time Warner, Scholastic, Premio Sausage, and Sesame Studios.
- Looking for a soccer mom for your TV spot? That’s me.
- Medical narration? No problem… I eat those big words for lunch!
- Corporate training video? Absolutely!
- Museum tour narration? Being a total art geek, I know how to pronounce all those foreign artist names.
I feel that my training as a musician and my early education in foreign languages contribute to my ability to adjust my voice delivery to your specifications. Oh yes, and I’ve been told I’m “easy-peasy” to work with. You’ll see.
I’m an active concert pianist and an avid chamber musician. I’m especially proud of a concert I played as a benefit for earthquake victims in Nepal, and I recently played two recitals as a duo pianist with my son, at a dance and music festival in Saratoga that attracts about 5,000 people each year.
I’ve been called a Renaissance woman; whether I’m doing voiceovers or film, sculpting fancy-schmancy cake designs out of fondant (click here to see them!), crafting jewelry, or making music, I feel most fulfilled when I’m creating art of one kind or another. So, let’s do that together!