Fellow audiobook narrator and righteous dude Steven Jay Cohen recently posted a question on a voiceover-related Facebook Group:
Being an effective audiobook narrator is tough. The intricacies of preparation, technical production, genre mastery, performance, and much more are what make attending Johnny Heller’s 3rd Annual Splendiferous Narrator Workshop so gosh-darn important.
I have so many news, notes, and webinars to share with y’all that this blog will be nothing but!
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....
While I was taking notes about the thought processes of voice talents and voice seekers, the perfect anecdote fell right in my lap…
This is the fourth of five blog entries that will focus on getting your **** together for 2017. Wanna catch up first? Here’s Part 1: Cash Flow, Part 2: Tools, and Part 3: Technique. Next up: Marketing!
It’s that time of year again!
What a weekend! I was honored to be an instructor at Johnny Heller’s Spendliferous Audiobook Retreat at the Whispering Pines Conference Center in West Greenwich, RI. This place was beyond beautiful.
New York Comic Con 2016. Oh. My. Goodness. I and my fellow Agent 1.22 staffers had a booth in Artist Alley and it was an incredible experience!
The voiceover industry can sometimes be a lonely one. Most voice talents these days audition, record, and market from home in a dark closet, sound booth, basement, or attic. Some live in relatively remote...