Rebecca is an experienced and passionate performer. She is a classically trained musician, who played the flute in a prestigious youth symphony and for school musicals in her youth. She also has extensive experience in voice performance including closed-caption narration for the Tumbleweeds Film Festival in 2016, performing for large groups of children, and as the coordinator for the Albany County Library’s Stories in the Park program in 2018. More recently she is proud to have contributed her voice to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund’s virtual reading of the names in 2022.
Approaching her narration with a love of learning and appreciation for diversity, Rebecca holds two Bachelors of Science degrees in Anthropology and Geography from the University of Utah. She has also dedicated more than a decade of her life to refugees in the refugee resettlement program. She homeschooled all three of her children through elementary and middle school, and has worked as an English as a second language teacher since 2017.
Rebecca grew up in the mountain west region, and currently lives in Wyoming with her two youngest children, husband and rescue cat. Rebecca loves listening to music, playing board games, watching Bruce Campbell movies, and enjoying the mountains she’s always called her home.
AT2035 condenser microphone
MOTU M2 audio interface
DAW: Reaper w/punch & roll recording
iZotope RX7 Audio Editor
Studied narration with award
winning narration coach
Studied acting with award winning