My desire to want to perform for a living came at an early age. I grew up around show business in Malibu, California. My dad was a screenwriter, who lent his talents to such iconic shows as: “Hogan’s Heroes”, “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”, “Barney Miller”, and many more. I also went to school with people like: Charlie Sheen, Rob Lowe, and Sean Penn.
In elementary school, I was among a group of students chosen to talk about our incredible Westland School on Los Angeles radio station K-M-E-T. I remember how much I enjoyed the experience of speaking into a microphone. In junior high and high school, I wrote a term papers about wanting to become a broadcaster. That led to my studying broadcast journalism at Cal State Northridge, where I received my degree, and was an anchor and reporter for the campus radio and television stations.
After college, I did some acting, voice work, hosting, anchoring, and reporting at various Los Angeles cable stations.
Eventually, I packed my bags to embark on a television news career, first heading to Savannah, Georgia for a morning anchor job with the NBC affiliate. I then went on to anchor and reporter in: Santa Fe and Albuquerque New Mexico, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Kansas City, Missouri, and finally Wichita, Kansas, where I have lived since 2004. During my time in t-v news, I did some voice-over work on the side.
After leaving the t-v news industry, I invested in a home studio for voice-over work. I have been doing voice-overs for the last several years, along with on- camera work for: Commercials, videos, and other projects.
So as you can see, I have done a wide variety of work: Voice-overs, acting, spokesperson, hosting, anchoring and reporting.
In addition to my experience, I pride myself on being a team player who is easy to work with, and takes client direction exceptionally well. I also like to be very fair with rates, and work with client budgets.