I got started in the audio production business with my little tape recorder when I was about 10 years old, making up stories based on TV shows with my friends and acting them out for the microphone. In high school, I led a group of classmates who produced several history radio programs.
After I graduated from the University of Georgia’s Journalism School, I worked on-air at several radio stations and also did a lot of audio production with the tools of the trade at the time: recording tape, razor blades, and splicing tape.
I left the radio world after I obtained a business IT degree, but started using digital audio workstations as a hobby around 2001. Since then, I have professionally edited numerous audio books and music recordings. It’s great to have found my way back to what I love!