I had the pleasure of narrating the audiobook for Clive Thompson’s CODERS. It’s a fascinating look at the humans who program the software of our lives. Especially the important role that women played during the early days of computing. It’s one of the New York Times’ “Books to Watch in March”. Thanks to my director John Doolittle, Dan Musselman and everyone at Penguin Random House.
When Carolina and Trevor meet on their first day of school, something draws them to each other. They gradually share first kisses, first touches, first everythings. When they're together, nothing else matters. But one of them will make a choice, and the other a mistake, that will break what they thought was unbreakable. Both will wish they could fall in love again for the first time - but first love, by definition, can't happen twice.
Told in Carolina's and Trevor's alternating voices, this is an up-close-and-personal story of two teenagers falling in love for the first time...and discovering it might not last forever.
Release day! Proud to be the narrator for this insightful and thought-provoking new audiobook release by David Sloan Wilson.
“A step-by-step argument for adopting an ‘evolutionary worldview’ for understanding social and cultural development”
Thanks to director John Doolittle, Dan Musselman and Penguin Random House!
Happy and proud to be appearing with my friends in new acappella spots for Progressive Insurance. Hope you see these on your telly!
2016 has been an exciting year so far! Two new audiobook releases, a fun new live project narrating fairy tales with a symphony orchestra and lots of travel to teach and coach some great acappella groups. Here are some highlights!