My voice is very resonant and live to grab attention. My extensive vocal training allows me to be versatile in pitch and inflection to assume a wide range of characterizations, genuine and informative for narrations, fun and down to earth for commercials. My motto: Resonant. Reliable. Real. My voice can be described as "The Good Guy": positive, upbeat, friendly, conversational squared.
English (North American), English
Southern United States, Midwestern United States, Northeastern United States
Cartoons, Movie Trailers, Documentaries, Audiobooks, Business, Educational, Radio, Telephone, Videogames, Jingles, Television, Internet, Music
I am educated in all things voice over through the wonderful program at (Website hidden). On top of that, I have had 20 years of experience in vocal training and technique. In this VO world, you have to find what you are good at, and focus on doing that. I have a versatile voice, capable of doing many things: commercials, narrations, audio-books, animation, etc. Because of my theatrical training, technical experience, and creativity, I am able to accomplish a variety of different voice over genres.
Recent engagements include character spots for the upcoming Seminary Ridge Museum in Gettysburg, through Northern Light Productions and a character spot for the University of Michigan. I have also been employed to do voice over work for the Marketing department at Chattanooga State Community College.
My performance career is extensive. Here's my musical career, in a nutshell. I made my Carnegie Hall debut as bass soloist for Schubert's Mass in G Major. I have performed with companies such as the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra and Opera and Portland Opera. I was chosen as soloist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra performing Schoenberg's Moses und Aron in Berlin, Germany, under the baton of Pierre Boulez. I perform regularly with the Chattanooga Bach Choir as baritone soloist.
On top of performing, I am also a private voice instructor at Chattanooga State Community College, where I also direct the opera ensemble. I have also taught voice at University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, Elgin College, Lee University, and Tennessee Wesleyan College.
I am also a stage director, staging various opera productions and scenes programs.
Education- B.A. in Music Performance- Austin Peay State Univerity, Clarksville, TN 1995
Masters in Music, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 1997
Certificate in Performance, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 1999
Interface: Alesis Multi-Mix 4 Headphones- Sennheiser HD280 Professional
Email, Dropbox, Sound Cloud
Short commercial spots/business narrations: within 1 hour from contact. Larger projects vary with content.
I own a sound-proof home studio which produces crystal clear dry takes. I pay close attention to the details the clients supply. I enjoy what I do, so I want my clients to be satisfied. It's important to me that they are pleased with the final product I supply. Delivering a well-produced take in a timely manner is my goal every time I engage a project. I can also travel to any studio preferred by the client.
Northern Light Productions
University Musical Society- University of Michigan
Chattanooga State Community College
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