In 1991, Karen became a booth announcer for WLVI-TV56 in Boston, a major coup, since quite a few voiceovers as well as radio and television talent had auditioned for the job. After a few years of working in Boston television and radio, Karen decided to head out on her own.
In 1994 Karen became a full time, freelance voiceover talent, and in the years following saw her business grow dramatically. Producers particularly like her low error rate and her ability to cold read even the most technical copy. Because of her amazing ability, she has been tapped to narrate over 100 audiobooks to date.
Karen has a state-of-the-art digital Source Connect Pro studio and can offer audio in any format, uploaded to her website for easy download by clients. Her Source Connect Pro broadband softwares allow her to work in real time for live, remote sessions around the world.
For more information on how to put Karen's professional voiceover experience to work for you, e-mail Karen and she'll e-mail or call you back promptly.