Emma Sherr-Ziarko

Actor/Artist/Wine Professional

Emma is an actor, writer, visual artist, dancer, and sommelier in training. She has worked as a stage actor in New York City, specializing in Shakespearean performance and scholarship.

Currently, she works mostly as a Voiceover Actor. You can hear her as Commander Renée Minkowski on the Audio Drama Series Wolf 359, for which she has won the Audio Verse Award for Best Leading Actress.

In her spare time, she writes, paints, crafts, and studies to be a Sommelier! She also hosts and produces Pairing, a podcast about pairing wine with art and pop culture. Be sure to check it out and subscribe.

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People think that ice is unyielding, but if you’re precise, if you’re focused and calm, it can give your skates wings.

 

b.1998

Juneau, AK

 

Coach

Sergei Maslov

 

Choreographer

Viktor Bartók

 

Eamon Pasternak was born on November 1, 1998 in Juneau, Alaska and learned to skate at the tender age of two. His parents, Fiona and Piotr, brought him to the city rink during summers and Mendenhall Lake in the winter. A child prodigy, Eamon surprised all the local skate club instructors when he performed a double axel at only five years of age. Mrs. Pasternak has often recalled that Eamon seemed more comfortable on skates than on his feet. Eamon was always dedicated to the sport, spending up to six hours each day skating.

He drew the attention of renowned coach Sergei Maslov as the youngest competitor in the 2010 Pacific Northwest Skating Championships. Under Mr. Maslov’s training, Eamon has become widely recognized as one of the world’s most talented young skaters to date. Eamon enjoys traveling and competing, but loves coming back home to skate by the Juneau Ice Fields. His fondest and earliest memory is skating on Mendenhall Lake in late January 2002. Weaving figure-eights at dusk, he listened to his skates echo against the calm, ancient glacier. From that moment forward, Eamon never wanted to leave the ice.