P. J. Morgan – Audiobook Narrator

Hailing from the Cailfornia Central Coast, P. J. Morgan has finally reached the pinnacle of human form as a professional audiobook narrator! With a background in theatre, a degree in Linguistics with an emphasis on Phonetics and Phonology, a prior career designing speech systems for Fortune 500 clients (including lots of voice talent casting and directing), and a lifelong passion for books and the escapism of good storytelling, P. J. brings a broad skillset to her narration work. She is an empathic performer, technically savvy, a great communicator, and an avid believer in the power of the written and spoken word. While she has many passions and hobbies, including compassionate horse training, writing her own novels, roller derby, crafting, strength training, and dreaming of someday creating a cult TV show, narration is truly her superpower, and she devotes the better part of every day to honing her craft.

P. J. is especially interested in stories featuring diverse characters, unusual protagonists, and sympathetic villains.

P. J. narrates in her home studio using professional, industry-standard equipment:

  • VocalBooth Gold series with added bass traps
  • CAD Equitek E100S microphone
  • Audient iD14 interface
  • Studio One Artist using Punch and Roll
  • Izotope RX Standard

Skills and training:

  • Audiobook Narration training with Carol Monda and Sean Allen Pratt
  • Studied opera for several years with Zachary Gordin and Layne Littlepage
  • Many years of musical ensemble experience in a wide variety of instruments, especially soprano recorder and bass guitar
  • Over a decade of theatre experience (from avant garde to professional), network TV and feature film credits

Accents and languages:

  • Native speaker of “General American” English
  • Able to narrate in the following accents: UK – RP, Estuary, Cockney; US – General (California), Boston, New York, Southern soft ‘R’, Southern hard ‘R’; French
  • Conversational and academic fluency in French (minor degree in French Language Studies)
  • Basic German, Welsh, Spanish, and Latin
  • Proficiency in learning new languages quickly and accurately
  • Well versed in the International Phonetic Alphabet