Welcome to Genius in Transition!

Thank you for taking the time to visit. I’ve put together a collection of projects recently featured on Instagram, recent projects, and recent blog posts for you. If you enjoy what you see, please feel free to use the navigation menus above to visit more of the site or the sidebar to check out other projects or even support my work.




More than almost anything else, I have always been a storyteller and a performer. It’s probably why I fared so well at teaching as long as I did – it’s the ultimate blend of those two worlds. But I would come home from work (teaching or otherwise), and create. Most of my creative work has long been of the writing variety, creating stories, training materials, in game materials. But in recent years, I’ve migrated back to performing, now spending most of my time working on audio projects.

I share my voiceover and writing projects on Instagram through my In the Wild images, but Instagram doesn’t really allow direct linking to projects. So, ones I’ve shared recently on Instagram are above; and projects released recently into the world are below. You can find more by exploring the menu above. Some are free; some are not. All of them represent hours of study, practice, and hard work, so please give them some love.


I’ve been narrating audiobooks since 2011, producing them since 2012, and performing in audio dramas since 2013. It’s always a bit of an adventure, and I hope people enjoy listening to them as much as I enjoy doing them. (A full catalog of projects can be found here.)


I’ve written stories most of my life, so much so that people stumped for a present for me have often given me blank books and journals. A couple of years ago, I considered pushing myself to work toward publication-quality writing, but most of my time is taken up by voiceover. So, I write as I have time, and I post the occasional short story, vignette, or script on wattpad or deviantArt to distract everyone from the fact I have more serious narrative projects in the works. (A full catalog of projects can be found here.)



I am a former teacher (math, science, and writing) who loves to create things (hence, why I’m now a freelance voice actor, writer, and editor) and a longtime blogger who loves to write about what she’s learning and what she’s creating in a manner that she hopes entertains and maybe even inspires others to strike out on their own journey of learning and creating. You can read more posts (and even surf through categories that look interesting) through the Blog link at the top of the page.



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