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Redfield Arts Audio produces award-winning audio drama and audio books. The company also provides narration, music and audio editing services for authors, corporate presentations, indie publishers and film, commercial and television productions.

Our audio dramas are produced with full professional voice casts, sound effects, and original music. Our titles are available worldwide on Audible, iTunes, CDBaby, and Compact Disc (CD). 

If you need narration, music or audio editing for a project, please don't hesitate to contact us at:
Telephone: 443-601-5205
Telephone 2: 818-522-7604

Mailing Address: 
Redfield Arts Audio
P. O. Box 19428
Baltimore, Maryland 21206

Who We Are


Mark RedfieldMark Redfield is an actor, voice actor, writer, director, filmmaker and artist.

Redfield Arts Audio produces audio books and original audio dramas. Titles available on Audible worldwide, and other platforms, include “Frankenstein Mobster” with Daniel Roebuck and Debbie Rochon, “Nevermore: An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe” starring Jeffrey Combs, “Sinbad and the Pirate Princess” starring Caroline Munro and Martine Beswicke, and many others. The Redfield Arts Audio Podcast can be heard weekly on all podcast platforms. 

Film and TV work include “Fall of the House of Usher” (Netflix 2023), “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” (2002), Larry Blamire’s “Dark and Stormy Night”, and many other indie films and television programs. In theatre, Redfield has acted in or directed over 200 plays professionally. He studied at Towson University, and UNESCO’s Theatre of Nations. 

Redfield has been a voice actor for many years, narrating audio books, voicing commercials, video games, and narrating documentaries. 

As an illustrator and painter, his drawings, paintings and cartoons have been shown and collected around the world. 

With Stuart Voytilla, Redfield is the co-author of CULT OF THE NOSFERATU, the first novel in the Vampire Hunters Incorporated series.



Jennifer RouseJennifer Rouse is a sound designer, video editor, web designer and actress. 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 scholarship for music to 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”.

Jennifer's acting credits include the role of Helen Gatewood in the western drama Come Hell Or High Water, Mrs. Moran in The Death Of Poe, the role of Ice Cream Girl in the Redfield Arts / Planet X production Chainsaw Sally. Rouse has also appeared in Kevin MacDonald's State Of Play, Ridley Scott's Body of Lies, Touchstone Picture's Step Up and Step Up 2: The Streets, and the John Waters film A Dirty Shame. Television credits include Whiting's Secretary on season 5 of HBO's The Wire.

Jennifer's film production work includes being the associate producer for Chainsaw Sally and The Death Of Poe. She did the music score for the film The Death Of Poe and the sound editing and music for Palatine Hill Productions' The Drum Major. Jennifer also produced an animation for the IRCM Radar Sysyem for Northrop Grumman.



Stuart VoytillaStuart Voytilla is a writer, script consultant, and teacher of acting and screenwriting. Voytilla's collaboration with Mark Redfield goes back many years, and includes the play adaptation of “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”, that their screenplay and 2002 film was based on. Film credits include “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” (co-writer, co-producer). Voytilla wrote the script for Poe Forevermore Radio Theater’s “The Curse of Black Aggie”. He is writing and developing scripts for the AudioPlay series “Vampire Hunters Incorporated” with Redfield.

Voytilla also lectures about myth and genre, and teaches screenwriting at San Diego State University. He is the author of two critically acclaimed books on story structure and genre, “Myth and the Movies” and (with Scott Petri) “Writing the Comedy Film”.

He makes his home in San Diego with his wife Barbara Rinaldo and their daughter Elena.