Native of Pittsburgh, PA and recently relocated to Austin,TX, Bonnie has spent over a decade working on a variety of audio for educational products, virtual and augmented reality simulations and computer/video games as well as interactive experiences, and theme park attractions. Notable titles include: “I Expect You To Die”, “Race to the Beach” (Sea World), “Frostbound”, “Annihilator”, “Bard’s Tale”, “Lord of the Rings Online”, “Aven Colony”, “World of Lexica”, “Daniel Tiger: Stop and Go Potty”, “Baker Street Experience”, “Amplify Education” and “Pugmire”.
She is the Artistic Director of “Evenings in Quarantine: The Zombie Opera“, Music Director of “Super Smash Opera“ and an arranger and vocalist for a plethora of video game tribute albums by record label The Materia Collective. As a voice actor, she can be heard in a variety of audio drama and interactive audio projects including: “Pathfinder: Kingmaker”, “I Expect You To Die”, “Pugmire”, “Call to the Flame”, “Little Big Animation”, “Water Bears”, “Happy Atoms”, and “The Baker Street Experience”. She is a voice artist and the sound designer and composer of “The Dracula Radioplay” by Cryptic Canticles and an active arranger and vocalist for a plethora of video game tribute albums by Materia Collective. She has also worked as an Adjunct Professor of Media/Audio for Art Institute of Austin.
Bonnie has performed with musical companies including Pittsburgh Savoyards, Undercroft Opera, Chorus Austin Symphonic Choir, Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Austin, Microscopic Opera, Renaissance City Choir, and a variety of new productions.
She has served on organizations including the Great Lake Film Association, Parsec, Pittsburgh Savoyards, G.A.N.G., IASIG, GANG Voice Actors Coalition, and the IGDA VAMR SIG. Judge for Spillprisen, IGF, Indiecade, GLFA, IGDA Boardgames, and reviewer for Focal Press. She is an active, panelist/presenter at events including but not limited to AES, MAGfest, GameSoundCon, Confluence, and GDC.