With 73% of the population reportedly more afraid of public speaking than death itself, I consider the profession to be a brave one. I’ve lived much of my life on the microphone however, and am ready to put that skill and experience to work however you need. I’ve got experience commentating esports as well as providing commercial voice work, so wherever you need a voice and a microphone, I’ll be there.
During my time at the University of Central Oklahoma, I found my people in the esports club. There I made friends, became a varsity Overwatch player, eventually became elected treasurer, and finally Vice President. During this time I learned many things about running an organization, working with others, and generally how much it takes to keep things running smoothly. From virtual hangouts to admin team meetings, I always loved working with people and I’m always eager to do it again. If you’re in need of somebody to fill a role like this, you’ve come to the right place!
Competition runs in my nature. From an early age I’ve always been involved in some competitive activity – sports, marching band, you name it. After spending many years in the (very difficult) world of Drum Corps International, I found myself looking for a new avenue to dedicate my passion towards; esports became that road I was determined to help pave in my community. Starting my journey as one of the first players on UCO’s Varsity Overwatch team, I began to cultivate this passion through hard work and training with likeminded people at my side. This extended further into fighting games where I compete individually in various titles; no matter the format though, healthy & fair competition will always keep me happy.