I specialize in voice work and theatrical sound design - I'm a passionate story-teller and collaborator who wants to help bring creative experiences out of the mind and into the auditory world. My most successful billing was adapting a theatrical production into an hour-long radio play. Let's not just create music, but create a world to explore.
I've worked for the last three years in theatrical sound design and editing. I've worked live, via zoom, and even created work right in my own bedroom! Below you'll find some samples of my work, including the pilot of a podcast project I started called 1K Radio. While I've only completed the pilot, I'm happy with the quality of it and am looking to create edits that meet or exceed this standard.
Among my other work are the intro and climactic moments of a radio drama adaptation of Arthur Kopit's Chamber Music. This project took months of time, patience, and ingenuity (given that it was completed during Fall of 2020 and I was 800 miles away from my voice actors). I'm proud of the end result and can honestly say it's some of my strongest work. If interested, I can share the work with you during an introductory meeting!
I can't wait to work together to bring the world of your vision to the atmosphere of people's homes and speaker-sets. You can contact me at email@example.com for questions and quotes!
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Working with Cricket was such a fulfilling and fun experience. They edited and mixed an original vocal track from individual recordings I sent them, creating a final piece that I used as the music for a dance performance at Drew University. Through every stage in working together Cricket made sure that I was an active collaborator. They really took the time to understand the vision I had and also offered up suggestions. In the final editing stages, Cricket worked with me over Zoom to make the edits I wanted. I am so happy with the final product and highly recommend Cricket!