Hello again! Thank you so much for taking the time to learn a bit about me. Let me just start by saying that no one has ever accurately guessed where I'm from... Go ahead, take a wild guess! Based on that fact that I speak Spanish, you most likely thought of somewhere in Latin America. Well, here's my story.
I was born and raised in Honduras, but have spent almost half of my life in the United States. I consider myself both bilingual and bicultural. As a child, I attended bilingual schools in Honduras where I was not only taught to speak English, but I also learned all about US culture, its history and traditions. The fact that my paternal family is from Oregon deepens my sense of biculturalism; it's in my genes! Hence why I feel extremely confortable doing American English voice overs, as well as Latin American Spanish voice acting.
At age 19, my family and I moved to Utah where I attended college and majored in Broadcast Journalism at Brigham Young University. One year before graduating, I was offered the opportunity to co-host and co-produce a live Spanish TV show for a local station in Salt Lake City. Doing live television is a lot of fun, and requires some serious improvisation skills! Two years later, I became a radio personality for the company's station targeting Utah's young Hispanics. But this was not my first time on-air as a radio and TV hostess; my experience in media began at age 16, while still attending high school in Honduras.
After a couple years of high school theater performances, and being known for my amateur acting skills, I was offered the opportunity to host a national weekend TV show with highlights and reviews on films playing in Honduran theaters. About a year later (and just as it would later happen in Salt Lake City), I was invited to host a daily radio show, and to record my very first radio voice overs and brand endorsements. Needless to say, my early experience in TV and radio, which I then considered a hobby, quickly became a serious career opportunity.
In recent years, I have hosted an international radio show, done hundreds of educational narrations for schools across the US, and continued to do commercial voice overs and on-camera work for numerous international brands including Target, Nissan, Quaker Oats, and Rio 2 The Video Game (I voiced Eva, a loud and sassy toucan).
As a professional female voice talent, I provide exceptional voice acting for TV commercials, radio ads, cartoon voice over, e-learning narrations and much more. All in neutral Latin American Spanish, or English with a slight (or heavy) Spanish accent.
Allow me to put my talent and experience as a voice over artist to work for your brand and/or your clients.
Now is a great time to talk :)
Where is my Latin American Spanish from? Nowhere, it's 100% neutral.
Just as my looks, my neutral Spanish accent in voice overs and narrations often leaves people clueless of my country of origin, which is a great thing! A neutral Spanish accent helps your brand have more successful advertising campaigns that allow you to reach and connect with a broader Hispanic audience, regardless of their nationality.