Composer, Sound Designer, Voice Artist
Jennifer Rouse is a composer, sound designer, and voice-over artist. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Towson University. She studied acting at Stella Adler's School Of Acting, and music performance, voice, and music theory at BCCC and The Peabody Institute.
Jennifer Rouse began playing music at the age of 10. In her high school years, she was a member of the Baltimore County Chorus as well as the Maryland All-State Band. At 13 she began studying singing at The John Hopkins Peabody Conservatory and at 16 was a member of The Baltimore Symphonic Band. She received a Bachelor Degree from Towson University where she studied music theory, composition, as well as voice.
She wrote the film scores for “The Death Of Poe” as well as “The Avenging Conscience”. She also did the sound editing and music for Palatine Hill Productions' The Drum Major which was nominated for "Best Short Film" in the Amnesty International Film Festival.
Other works include audio dramas such as "Valdemar", "A Christmas Carol", "Sherlock Holmes and The Blue Carbuncle", "Ligeia: A Tale Of Mystery and Imagination" starring Elizabeth Shepherd, and "Songs Of Giants - The Poetry of Pulp" poetry by H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Rice Burroughs, and Robert E. Howard.