Betty White was once asked why she always kept so busy. Her reply: 

“You can’t hit a moving target.”

It’s true that I wear a lot of hats; author, painter, blogger, DIY dabbler and broadcaster. But voice-over is my craft.

I’ve been in front of a microphone for a long time but that fact, in and of itself, tells you little about my ability. Better evidence is being chosen to voice projects for Nivea, Dirt Devil, PwC, Walmart, Stella Artois and other international clients. You might even hear me on your Google Home or Amazon Echo through my work for Witlingo, an official voice-first content provider to these and other devices. And I’m just as happy to work on projects for local retailers and smaller companies. I’m the voice that summons employees to their lunch breaks at a factory, the game-starter at a paintball facility and a frontier woman recalling a legendary Arizona shoot-out in the award-winning documentary, Power’s War.

No project is too big or too small. And every one of them gets the same attention to detail and promise that the job isn’t over until my client is happy.

When I’m not recording or editing, I’m writing my blog or helping new voice actors through my Voice-Over Coaching services. 

Some of my Past Clients