I recently narrated Breaking Through Gridlock by Jason Jay and Gabriel Grant. This was an interesting one!
Tagged: Voice Talent
I went to a Postmodern Jukebox concert over the weekend, or what I like to call a “talent clinic”. Holy crap, they were amazing!
I have so many news, notes, and webinars to share with y’all that this blog will be nothing but!
You heard me correctly: FaffCon 9 is coming!!! Here’s everything you need to know. I know it’s correct because I’m lifting it straight from the FaffCon homepage. 🙂
Last week my friend Michelle Falzon curated an article on Facebook about the plight of voiceover freelancers. You can read it here.
April 24th, 2017 marks my 20th anniversary as an e-learning narrator. Sounds like a weird thing to celebrate, right? Maybe so, but it was a critical day in my voiceover career. And I remember...
In last week’s blog, I mentioned being effective as a voice talent and it got me thinking: what do voice talents need to be & do to be truly effective?
Recently, I narrated the self-help audio book “Stop Guessing“. I genuinely enjoy every book I narrate (at least that’s my story and I’m sticking to it) but this one had some really intriguing, applicable...
I don’t do cartoons much. Well, not until Madballs came along.
Staying in touch with clients is a pain in the ass. It has to be done, though. Like most of you, I try to come up with ways that are clever, easy, and inexpensive....