Union Status: Non Union
Country: United States
Languages: English USA,
Ages Performed: Teen, Young Adult, Middle Age, Senior,
Voiceover Genre: Animation, Automotive, Business, Character, Commercial, Corporate, Documentary, E-Learning, Explainer, Imaging, Industrial, IVR, Political, Trailer, Video Games,
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EquipmentSennheiser 416, AT4047, Audient ID4, MacBook Pro
When asked to come up with words to describe Jenn H and her work as a female voice over artist, the response from clients and colleagues, and really anyone who works with her starts to revolve around a theme – authenticity. Jenn brings an established, easy, and genuine presence to her work that makes it easy for audiences to immerse themselves in stories, engage with brands and grow their understanding of the world around them. A bit of a “vocal unicorn”, Jenn’s friendly, simple style is good-natured and positive, conveying an honest and natural empathy and compassion for others while also bringing an “eye level”, no bullshit/drama-free emotional intelligence to her voice over performance. Her straightforward intelligence and wry wit round out her personality with a dash of snarkasm on top. Think…able to fix a transmission, discuss the sociopathology of world leaders, rehab sick animals, while looking amazing in stilettos and you’ll have the sense of her rare, heraldic vocal charms. With over 15 years of experience behind the microphone, Jenn has voiced everything from tv and radio commercials to political spots, explainer videos, e-learning and brand messaging. National commercial clients include: Amazon, XBox, InnoVage, Virgin Mobile (social media campaign), and Empire Beauty School. She brings an approachable authority to deliveries trusted by Stanford School of Medicine, The Hoover Institute, HudsonMann, Willis Towers Watson, Dynamic Works Institute, and Securitas. And is a reliable storyteller for organizations such as Catholic Relief Services, Unicef, The Heard Museum, and The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Jenn is also an engaging educator as the voice of LanguaMetrics software. She notably collaborated vocally on Interactive ELA programs developed with ROSEN publishing for the Chinese Ministry of Education, and NWEA National Common Core ELA (Pre-K–12 assessments & learning programs used by 9,500+ schools, districts, and education agencies in 145 countries.) Jenn can also be heard as an online “instructor” for Concordia University, and a publications narrator for articles of MIT’s Sloan School of Management/Apian Education. Jenn is Genuinely Dramatic… or Comedic… or Demonic (as needed) Flip the coin and it’s a 180 to Jenn’s game and film work. From the heroic to the horrific, Jenn’s carving out a niche for witches, bitches and things in need of stitches. She lends her genuine versatility and ease in taking direction to principal roles for Wolf & Wood/Fun Train Interactive in The Exorcist: Legion VR as the voices of Legion and atmospherics in Chapter 1 (of 5) as well as the trailers and atmospherics/soundscape for chapter 5. Jenn’s dramatic skills are also featured in several independent Wolf & Wood VR experiences as characters in varying degrees of demonic morphing, in Assemblance 2 as Oversite’s Chief Engineer Dr. Carter Bester from Nilo Studios, and a recurring appearance in Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter. Most recently, Jenn imbues the voice of title character The Shade (ADR) with her spine-chilling delivery for Red King Cinema. But it’s not all hellscapes and things that go bump in the night, Jenn’s got a playful, creative and comic side nurtured by years of improv practice in Theater Sports-style competitive comedy, as well as her time with the Lazy Boys of Comedy improv while living in Florida. She’s also dabbled in stand up comedy, voiced multiple, wonderfully exaggerated stereotypical office workers for the game Office Rumble, delivered an unforgettable performance in the role of Marilyn Nomore for the insult generator game Oh Sir! (where she will engage your frenemies in vociferous vituperation of your IQ and probably your vocabulary), and helps basketball/PS4 fans live the dream through Lulu, her character in 3 on 3 Freestyle. She recognizes that your customers, audiences, students, employees, or constituents all have their own stories, their own needs, desires, and concerns that you are solving. Like many, Jenn’s had success and also faced challenges, and brings to life an overwhelming gratitude for every moment, no matter the degree of effort. She believes in the privilege of choice. That there is darkness and light in virtually every thing, moment, person, situation and that choosing how we respond in situations does impact “what’s next”. Gratitude breeds light. And light breeds more light.