||Letters From New Zealand CD (2009) |
Heather Henderson music CDs "Sweat flew, bodies flew -- it rocked! Now, THAT was a REAL football game." Thus is a doubtful, football-hating American converted into a rugby fanatic, and thus was Heather Henderson introduced to New Zealand in 2003 when she moved her family there from the U.S. for a six-month sabbatical. An award-winning writer and voice talent, Henderson has recorded three essays she wrote from "inside the looking-glass." Her wry, eloquent anecdotes include observations on Kiwi-Aussie rivalry, driving on the left, and the surprising challenge of coping without clothes dryers in a cold, wet climate. Heather Henderson has written humor, feature articles, and arts criticism for magazines and newspapers across the United States and has won awards for her poetry and screenwriting. She has been the voice of hundreds of radio and TV commercials and educational videos.
"Heather Henderson may be the best voice talent I've worked with in over 25 years in the business." -- Denny Conn, ...