About Christine Lowe
Christine is a voiceover artist, audio describer, and proofreader working out of her professional home studio in Ellicott City, Maryland. This University of Notre Dame and Johns Hopkins University graduate discovered her passion for sharing stories after many years of practicing and growing as a parent and a professional water resources engineer. She has devoted her life to loving and caring for her family, serving her community, and improving the environment. These challenges have given her vast experience with and true appreciation for the importance of clear, authentic communication. Christine brings this experience, her approachable, engaging style, and her keen attention to detail to every project.
Christine’s voice is described as expressive, believable, energetic, clear, warm, bright, upbeat, accessible, conversational, comforting, friendly, youthful, and familiar. Her voice is well-suited for everything from radio, television, and online commercials to apps and podcasts, audio blogs, explainer videos, phone systems, documentaries, e-learning, real estate virtual tours, corporate training videos, children’s books, website narration, and more!
Christine provides high-quality, accurate, and engaging audio description scripts and narration for media ranging from movies, to children's educational media, to travel brochures, to artwork. Not only does audio description allow your project to be more inclusive and accessible to the blind and low-vision community, but it also provides an artistic enhancement and creative translation of your project, allowing consumers to experience your message in a different way.
Every piece of written content deserves to be presented in the best light possible with correct formatting, spelling, word usage, grammar, and punctuation. Whether your project is a technical report, blog post, website, article, marketing campaign, corporate presentation, or resume, Christine provides that careful, thorough, final set of eyes to add the finishing touch to your written content before it gets published or voiced.