As an only child in Los Angeles, Erin would entertain herself with a book of acting monologues and recording what was probably the world’s first podcast into her micro cassette recorder which she carried around claiming it was for her novel ideas. During the summers, she starred in the local day camp’s (unintentional) improv comedy performances but after the ripe age of something like 10 she gave up the stage and her dramatic dreams in favor of self-consciousness and awkwardness.
It wasn’t until her 30s that she rediscovered her innate Leo need to be a star and she’d return home from her day job of film marketing to whisper sweet words like “Press 0 for the operator” into her brand new microphone for actual paying clients. This eventually led to the creation of her podcast SubverCity Transmit, an LGBT-friendly home for speculative fiction short stories which she co-produced, wrote, starred in, branded and marketed.
In an effort to take her new voice acting hobby to the next level she began taking classes at the Groundlings (for improv) and at Kalmenson & Kalmenson (for voice acting). As a near direct result, she began landing more and more roles in podcasts and audio dramas.
In addition to her now regular audio fiction appearances, Erin has voiced several video game characters, audiobooks, eLearning courses, commercials, explainer videos and more. Some projects she can be heard in include The NoSleep Podcast, Congeria, Calling Darkness, The Sapphic Cast, Alexandria Archives, "Seeking Dawn" (video game), "Stifled" (video game) and much more.
Besides voice acting, Erin also writes fiction, hunts ghosts, consults for marketing companies and does web development.
Social Card, Landing Page, Social Copy, Website Copy, Press Release, Script, Ad/Promotional Copy
Emerson College, BFA: Visual and Media Arts - Film
Art Institute of California - Los Angeles, BS: Web Design and Interactive Media