So I did a video last week about how not to give creative direction for a voiceover. And somebody who I respect pointed out that that approach probably wasn't the best. So we're going to talk today a little bit about how to give direction, creative direction for a voiceover.Read More
It was my fault.
I got a little case of the yips. A little bit of nerves. Panicked a little bit in the middle of the audition.
Let's just say it wasn't my best work, and for weeks I've been beating myself up about it.Read More
Finding an experienced, reputable expert coach is a foundational step in any performance oriented career. Finding one that’s a good match for the performer is part luck, part research, and part art. The combination of well-matched talent and coaching can do special things.Read More
Last week, I was proud to be chosen as the voice for a group of five automotive dealers. The gig is everything a voice talent could want: high-profile, recurring work, in a segment I’ve wanted to expand in with two production houses I hadn’t yet worked with.
It was a dream gig.
Until it wasn’t…Read More
One of the goals I set for 2018 was to attend at least one voiceover industry conference. I set that goal a little too late to make VOAtlanta this year, and so I set my sights on MAVO2018, the Mid-Atlantic Voiceover conference, which happened November 9-11, in Washington, DC.Read More