My voice can be light, innocent, kind, and confidently cheerful (the right amount, not too exaggerated), or deeper, richer, and knowledgeable (I have affectionately nicknamed this my "elevator voice"). I can also do a distinctly cartoony young woman's voice. My accent is distinctly North American-- I've lived in California for many years. However, California has not been my only home. When I was seven I moved to Kuwait from Oceanside, California. Then, at 9, I moved to my childhood home of three years, South Carolina; which I believe gave me the ability to do a smooth Southern drawl. Then at 11, I moved to Oahu, Hawaii. At 13, I moved to San Diego. For college, I moved to the Bay Area. I've also visited Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Singapore, Paris, Canada, the Maldives, New York City, Florida, etc. I've been to the top of the tallest building in the world and have ridden in the front seat of the fastest roller coaster. I believe that my voice, therefore, reflects a certain "worldliness". I've seen many unique places and done many interesting things-- things the average person would not be able to do. I am a very emotional person; passionate. My brief life (of 22 years) has been an emotional roller coaster; I've had both light and darkness in my life... happiness and pain. This gives me the ability --if need be-- to voice a conflicted or troubled character, perhaps even an evil character? I'd love that challenge. During my time in high school and college, whenever I was asked to read a passage aloud, I noticed that-- compared to the other students-- my voice would command a quiet, distinct attentiveness in the room (i.e. no shuffling papers or unnecessary fidgeting). They wanted to listen to my voice. And I quickly realized from this that I wanted them to listen to my voice. I found those experiences very enjoyable and often raised my hand first in order to volunteer to read. This proved to me the confidence that I have in my own voice and the potential that I have to become a great voice actress. My fellow peers in college also noticed this of me and asked me to do voices for their female animated characters. I find the biggest voice inspiration from Celine Dion and Tom Hulce (the voice of Quasimodo in Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame. He played Mozart in Amadeus).
English (North American), English
I am a recent BFA Animation graduate of California College of the Arts. I have done several voice overs for my friends' Animation projects at the Sound Booth located in the Animation department.
BFA in Animation, California College of the Arts, class of 2016
Built-in iMac microphone
Computer & Software
iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, Late 2014), OS X Yosemite
I can give you the voice that people want to listen to. I do my work with pride. I love my voice, and that shows in my work.
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