Mariah MacDonald's new website, transformwithmariah.com, has gone live
and is already attracting new clients and potential clients from Annapolis and around the country.
As clients, we could write glowing testimonials about her knowledge and skills as a trainer and coach, but
you'll find better testimony on the transformwithmariah.com website itself.
Go there today, and remember, no matter where you are, she offers both in-person and online training.
Amanda MacDonald today began a new career as head swim coach at Highline,
Tyee & Evergreen High Schools in Seattle. A 1995 graduate of Highline High, Amanda had a highly successful youth in the pool.
She was a big part of her summer Gregory Seahurst swim club winning seven straight Seattle City Championships,
and in high school, her Highline teams finished 5th in the state, won the state championsip her junior year, and
lost the state championship her senior year due to a DQ in the last event, the 4 x 200 freestyle relay,
which allowed Bainbridge Island High to eke out a victory.
Amanda is pictured below in that Fall, 1994 state championship meet at the Federal Way pool...
Caroline and Terry just entered the third week of an intensive 12-week fitness/nutrition regimen with
their world-class trainer/youngest daughter, Mariah--who recently moved to Annapolis with her two babies.
Mariah built a successful reputation for changing bodies and people's lives in Austin since 2007, and she's as great as ever.
She really knows her stuff.
Things started off a little slowly for Terry, but Caroline has lost twenty pounds since the babies moved here.
(A lot of that is from power-lifting babies.)
Terry's diet still needs some tweaking, as Mariah pointed out by sending him this less-than-subtle message...
Terry has been chosen once again to add his voice to a major documentary series for PBS.
We recently recorded the funding pods and bumpers for the 25th Anniversary Celebration of Ken Burns' landmark series,
The Civil War, which airs nationally beginning September 7.
Last year, Terry performed the same role for the hit PBS series, The Roosevelts.
Terry recently edited new Narration and Commercial demos for this website.
Both can be found on our Voice page.
"It always takes me back to my days as a Seattle recording studio owner," Terry said, "editing voice demos for major Northwest talents like
Ken Boynton, Bob Zenk and Jeff Hoyt. I can cut sound -- that's part of what got me here."
See what you think. Here's Terry's new Narration demo ... just click on the icon ...
...in her new pink Converse low-tops...
"While I was doing this work, I couldn't decide if it was a beauty or a mess," Terry says, "I've decided it might be a beautiful mess."