Emma grew up in Richmond, VA, well before it was the hip new place for millennials to move. She's been living in New York long enough for her to consider herself a "New Yorker". Along the way, she earned her BFA from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
Emma works in all mediums, from stage to screen to voiceover. She's worked internationally from Barcelona to Italy to Shanghai, from commercials to performing in malls (that's a good story) to Shakespeare. She recently made her writer/directorial debut with her first short film, 'Inspira', which won Best First time Filmmaker with the LA Independent Women Film Festival, and attended its NY Premiere with the Queens World Film Festival.
Emma's training has included: UCB, Kimball Studio, the Markland Studio, with Larry Moss, and Bob Krakower.
She is also the co-host of the podcast, Are These Books Drunk?, a book club with a twist. She has an acoustically-treated recording booth at home with a studio-grade mic, so hire her for all the VO things!
Aaaaaand, she's a 200HR registered yoga teacher, so if you need a little (more) yoga in your life, hit her up!