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, 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.

  • 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!
  • E-learning? Of course!
  • Podcast? My experience as a radio host makes me a natural for that. 
  • Museum tour narration? Being a total art geek, I know how to pronounce all those foreign artist names.

I’m an experienced voice talent who has voiced everything from commercials to corporate narration, podcasts to medical videos, explainers to museum tours to IVR systems. I love handling tricky technical tongue-twister vernacular (say that three times fast!), so give me your most challenging copy and I’ll give you a clean, clear, conversational voice over. My voice has been described as warm, conversational, artsy, comedic, clear, believable, and the mom next door! I’m happy to connect with you from my broadcast-quality home studio via Source Connect, Google Meet, or Skype. My clients have included ZZZQuil, Newsday, Boston Museum of Science, Icy Hot, Scholastic, Premio Sausage, Sesame Studios, The Frick Museum, Medicare, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

I was a teacher for many years, so e-learning is really fun for me. My love of languages and training as a concert pianist have both finely tuned my ear for nuance in the human voice.

Thanks for visiting my website! Can’t wait to work with you!

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