Maree Scarlett was born in New Zealand and has written, performed and recited both poetry and spoken word all over the world. She has arranged, produced and directed recitals for Montana Poetry Day, Corbans Estate wine cellar and the Devonport Depot Artspace. Maree has also written live music reviews in Ireland and she has been a book reviewer. She has done voice over for radio and was the voice of campaigns such as the Big Day Out, Ronnie Size and Soundz, to name a few. She has recorded voice samples for people such as Jeff Scantlebury of the Brand New Heavies, Chaka Chan and Joss Stone et al. She has recited on radio several times and has been interviewed in Pavement magazine and various other publications and magazines. Maree has appeared in short films, one which featured her performing poetry in a Freemason Temple. This film was shown as part of Auckland Arts Festival 05 and was presented on a large screen in Aotea Square. She has a BA with a major in philosophy and a minor in gender studies and in 2010 Maree has accepted an offer to participate in a graduate diploma in psychotherapy. Maree enjoys theatrical training and is a presenter at the flea radio station on 88.2fm.