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Do people say you have a good voice?

I often get asked, "How do you get into voiceover?


Do you want to work from home and set your own schedule?
If you are an absolute newbie to the world of voiceover

or maybe you have a little bit of experience,

but don't know what next step to take,

this is the place for you.

You can take it from a DREAM to DO-ABLE.

woman in vocal studio wearing headphones and speaking into microphone
My Story

In 2019, I was working full-time, commuting downtown several times a week, and dabbling in recording audiobooks. I had always wanted to get into voice work full-time, but the prospect of it seemed daunting. Not surprisingly, in the spring of 2020, my job was eliminated and I had to figure out a new path. It was the push I needed to finally amp up the voice work and and somehow figure out a way to make a career of this.

I attended seminars, workshops, scoured articles, worked with a VO coach, joined networking sites, and sought out working voice actors to ask as many questions as I could. Next I created a demo and started marketing myself.

Now I work from home, set my own schedule, and make my living putting my own voice out into the world.

My commercial work includes:

Scrubbing Bubbles
Valley Pregnancy Center

The Plane Dealer

Commercial Reel
Narration Reel
Additionally, I've narrated close to 100 audiobooks and work regularly with authors throughout the US and Canada narrating several mystery series:

Erin O'Reilly Mysteries
Leine Basso Thrillers
Red Riley Adventures
Camille Delaney Mysteries
Kate Morgan Thrillers

home studio for voiceover work

If you've been wondering how to put your own unique voice out into the world and make a living doing it
(while not even leaving your home)
click below to order the VO SPRINGBOARD.

A no-nonsense guide to help launch you on
your path into voice work!

Option #1

Option #2

Includes 'How to Get Started' guide
with links, personal recommendations, info on:

Includes 'How to Get Started' guide AND
30-min private coaching calls
for follow-up questions and guidance

Sound-proofing your space
How to find work
Long form vs. short form
Outsourcing tech/editing
Your possible niche
Creating a demo reel
Working with commercial copy
Practice auditions
Punch-n-roll editing technique
Follow-up questions

I also offer:


  • Demo reel services

  • Commercial spots for your business

  • Ongoing private VO coaching

Contact me for pricing!

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