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I was a youth member of a travelling marionette theatre in New Hampshire.  I loved puppetry.  But I was really good at math.  So I got a degree in Electrical Engineering and headed out to Silicon Valley.  After the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, I returned to puppetry.  I engaged in engineering and acting endeavors in parallel.  Puppetry led to voice over, an agent, commercials and a SAG card.  Narrating for The Lighthouse inspired me to join ACX.  By 2018 I was narrating full-time in my home studio where I have produced 200 books and counting.   I also conduct museum tours and throw stones at the Buffalo Curling Club.



Audio Publishers Association

Society of Women Engineers

Burchfield Penney Art Center Docent

Buffalo Museum of Science Docent

Buffalo Curling Club

Puppeteers of America

Acting Highlights


- Audiobooks for Tantor, Dreamscape, Simon & Schuster

- Audio Theatre productions with One Act Players including Candy Matson, a San Francisco-based PI series remake

- Shoestring Audio Theatre

- Hear Now Theatre Festival

- Commercial and Corporate Narration


- Shadow Light Theatre’s production of In Xanadu at the Henson International Festival of Puppet at the Public Theatre, NYC and Cowell Theatre, SF

- Nautilus at The Group Rep, Los Angeles

- Treasure Tree performances at Marine World USA

- Young Audiences of the Bay Area: middle grade curriculum-based performances

- Frank & The Wolf travelling pre-school show

Engineering Highlights (BSECE)


Clarkson University - Electrical and Computer Engineering 

- General Electric: Systems Engineering

- Lockheed Missiles and Space: Field Engineer

- Molecular Design Ltd: Configuration Engineer

- Freelance Database Design and Development: Union Sanitary District, Genentech, Duty Free Shopper (DFS), Shaklee, The Gap photo studio, The Sea Turtle Institute and a variety of other companies and non-profits


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