My channel was created in 2007, but I started making Youtube videos in 2010 when I saw an audition for a webseries show called “Gig”. It was an ongoing thing that I continued to try for several months until the show ended. While doing this, I realized that I enjoyed filming and editing videos. So I started to vlog while doing little monologues here and there. During this time, I was also cast as Circe in “Vincent Kosmos”, another Youtube webseries.
In 2011, I began voice acting when I auditioned for a fandub. From then on I was hooked on voice acting, and posted my voice overs to my channel. Many fandub auditions followed. I stuck to fandubs for a while before I started to try for non-fandub projects. At this time I was doing both, then I put together my first demo using audition clips for anything that wasn’t fan related. In September 2012, I was contacted by Gary Fishman who found my demo on Youtube and wanted me to voice for his pilot. It was my first time being approached for a professional voice over job. Since I didn’t have any business experience, I was nervous and so I told my acting coach right away. She contacted Gary and confirmed that it was a real deal after they spoke. In December 2012, I recorded my very first professional job at a local studio. The pilot was for a children’s show called “The Secret Kitchen”. The show was never picked up unfortunately, but it gave me the experience and credit that I needed.
In 2013, I took a break from fandubs and continued to audition for original/professional projects. I also started selling my voiceover services on Fiverr around this time and then through 2014. From this, I was able to voice for indie projects such as apps, commercials, and even small games. At this time and place is when I first met the sisters of Unseen Kingdom Studios who wanted me to voice for their game about an artistic character. From then on I was cast as Ellie in “Artisan: Going Home Again”. During this time I also met James Guard of Epsilon Studios. Fiverr isn’t the best to work with, but thankfully for it, I met these two wonderful studios and still work with them to this day.
In 2015 to 2016 I took a break from voice acting, only taking jobs sporadically. I returned in 2016 with a promo for Artisan: Going Home Again. In late 2016, I was approached by Tsunamods to voice Aerith for their modded rehaul of Final Fantasy VII. Even though it is a fanmade project, I accepted due to the amazing quality of this project. In 2017 I officially broke hiatus.
In April 2018, I was cast as Lumi in the magical girl fanime ELF Legacy. It is due to premiere late 2018/early 2019 on Youtube.
And this is where I am now, and I plan to keep going! Stay tuned for more projects and news! :)