April is a trained Audio Description Writer and Narrator and has a passion for Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Accessibility for All!
April received her training through The Audio Description Training Retreats, Mindseye, The American Council of the Blind's Audio Description Institute, VocalEye Descriptive Arts, and SagAftra Award-Winning AD Narrator and Coach, Roy Samuelson.
April has provided Audio Descriptions for Live shows and plays such as The Masked Singer, Cats, Chicago, and Disney on Ice.
April has written Audio Description for major companies such as Target and the Honest Company and provided AD for various webinars and virtual meetings.
April has also written and narrated AD for several TV shows and her credits include as a narrator: Blackish, Women of the Movement, The Wonder Years Reboot, Queens, The Women of 9-11, Superstar-Whitney Houston, South Side, and Shaq Life.
As a writer: Search Party- Season 2, Episodes 1-3.
April's credits can be found at the Audio Description Network Alliance.
What is Audio Description?
Audio Description (AD) is the descriptive narration of key visual elements of live theatre, television, movies, and other media to enhance their enjoyment by consumers who are blind or have low vision. AD is the insertion of audio explanations and descriptions of the settings, characters, and action taking place in such media, when such information about these visual elements is not offered in the regular audio presentation
“Accessibility Matters” - Author Unknown
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