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  • Mics: Neumann TLM 103, RE-20 (live shows)

  • Vocal Booth (3x3)

  • Acoustically treated room outside booth.

  • Monitor in booth

  • Audient ID14 interface

  • Source Connect Standard

  • DAW: Logic Pro X, Adobe Audition

  • Ethernet connection (400mbps/down, 24 up)

Can work union and non-union (please note: there is an active strike for theatrical projects)

What began as a hobby became a career with incredible potential.

I've been working in the field of voice over since 2014 when I was 22. I was a student at the time, but I soon found myself moving away from collegiate life. I took on jobs to pay the bills and threw my free time into VO. I'd throw a comforter over my closet door and read lines at my desk with my laptop fan buzzing away in the background.


Soon, instead of acting for the fun of it, people were asking to hire me. I adapted quickly to professional work. Since then, it's grown into my personal business, and I couldn't be prouder of what I've accomplished.


I have since worked in many fields, from e-learning to commercial to video games and animation. I have worked with production companies worldwide, and plenty of professional studios both in-person (in Columbus, OH) and remotely.


I am also a singer/songwriter and work on original music from time to time (which you can find here).

Please send me an email at if you're interested in getting a quote.


I can't wait to see what we can create.


  • Video Game Reads: Dave Fennoy

  • Auditions for Animation: Sara Jane Sherman(GVAA)

  • Extreme Vocals: Michael Schwalbe

  • The Nest Columbus Improv Training

  • 4 week ADR Workshop: Jose Sandoval

  • Voice Acting Mastery Workshop: Crispin Freeman

  • Character Workshop: Keith Farley

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