I know, I know. But people have said they feel they can be their authentic selves around me. That I’m — well — relatable. And trustworthy. Maybe I should thank those Midwestern manners I learned from my Grandma.
I started performing in public when I was five, so I learned early on that you can’t let the audience down! I’ve tested software, managed consulting projects, been a Mom (still working on that one!), and more. So, yep — trustworthy. I’m used to people depending on me!
Voice acting lets me have fun, learn new things, help people every day and be proud of work well done. It’s the best job I could ask for!
Hire a Professional
Sometimes folks think that all you need is a mic and a nice voice to succeed in voiceover work. Well – not exactly. Actually, not even close.
I have spent years studying with some of the very best voiceover coaches, and I work on my acting skills regularly to stay current. I also attend VO conferences, to keep learning from my mentors and peers. And I’m not gonna lie — they are also just darned good fun!
I’ve invested in a professional home studio to ensure consistent quality in my sound, including a VocalBooth, which helps me to produce great-sounding dry audio. In it, I will voice and edit (or not) to your specs as agreed in our contract. Need to direct a session instead? Yes, let’s arrange that!
Supporting the health of the industry as a whole is also important to me. It’s why I became one of the founding 500 members of World Voices.org, also known as WoVO. If I’m not the right voice for your project, I can refer you to other Professional WoVO Members like me who have the expertise to help your project succeed.
E.K., Independent Animator/Producer
TV and Radio Voices