Her vocal attributes — educated, articulate, engaging, mature, believable and trustworthy — create an air of warmth and wisdom.
Marie graduated Magna Cum Laude from Montclair State University (2001) with a BS in Finance. She is well-versed in business jargon, having worked for more than 25 years in various industries, from publishing to banking to pharmaceuticals. Marie is experienced at live public speaking, having voiced presentations in both corporate and casual settings.
Marie is devoted to supporting and volunteering at the JBI Library (established in 1931 as the Jewish Braille Institute), and Learning Ally in NYC. She sets aside one day a week to record books so that those who are visually impaired, and educationally challenged can also enjoy published works of art. She also participates as a member of The Online Stage, a volunteer collective of narrators and actors who create high quality productions of classic dramatic works in audio format.
Member, CineTech Media Professionals (formerly mca-i)
Member, APA (Audio Publishers Association)
Member, Suburban Essex Chamber of Commerce
Professional Member, World-Voices Organization (WoVO)
Member, Women in Voiceover
Member, The Online Stage
Hardware: 6x6 recording booth, Audio-Technica AT4040 microphone, Scarlett Focusrite 2i2 interface, Sony MDR-7506 headphones, ASUS laptop, Seagate external hard drive
Software: Adobe Audition (3 and CS6), Audacity, Files delivered via mp3 and wav
With a background in singing and acting, Marie brings skill and confidence to every project. She is an accomplished audiobook narrator, predominantly nonfiction and children's books, and has narrated titles for Audible, Aneko Press, Hannacroix Creek Books and University Press Audiobooks.