Rebecca was born in Ohio, but grew up in the beautiful mountain west, where she currently makes her home. Starting as a young child (and persisting through her adult life), she has always been passionately drawn to music, stories, and people; including the diverse places around the world they call home. Rebecca is a classically trained flutist with solo performance, band, pit orchestra, and symphony experience. She earned a B.S. in Geography and a B.S. in Anthropology. She spent more than a decade tutoring refugees in English, as well as advocating on their behalf. In addition to narrating, she teaches English as a Second Language classes part time.
Rebecca has been performing live narrations for children and adults for the past 14 years in both intimate and larger audience settings.
When she's not narrating teaching English, or reading, she is spending time with her husband, children, and faithful canine companion, listening to music, or watching one of Bruce Campbell's Evil Dead movies for the hundredth time.
There are many stories yet to be told, and Rebecca enjoys giving those stories a voice.
Rebecca works from a home studio utilizing:
Blue Bluebird XLR condenser microphone
Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 audio interface
DAW: Reaper w/punch & roll recording
Studied narration with award
winning narration coach .
Participant in narration workshops hosted by narrators Scott Brick and Johnny Heller.