My voice is a rich wonder that has graced theater productions, commercials, radio shows (including a New York based web station and a Japanese music show for the show of versatility), children's programming, charities and live productions. It can take Icarusian heights for the cartoonist and children's book readings. It is a promotional and public affairs beacon, and has a naturally bassy tone. I've studied many languages, and mastered their phonetic sound and accentuation.
For your future voiceover needs, heed these words: Keep it right, keep it Polite!
-American Walk-In (2010 Commercial for Urgent Care Facility Based Out of Southwest Dykes, FL)
-Athens Tutorial Program (Voiceover in 2011 documentary DVD for Athens, GA Underprivileged Children's Education Program)
-"The Mother of God Visits Hell" Radio Play (Voiced "God" in Radio Version of a Successful Multi-City Theatre Production by Dan Guyton---Radio Version was recorded in Feb 2009 at WUGA 91.7 FM Athens, GA studio)
-"Beasts From the East" (Producer/Host/DJ/Promotions---Japanese music program I host at WUOG 90.5 FM Athens, GA. Have done multiple promos for show since I created it back in January 2010. Have manned it ever since)
-WUOG 90.5 fm (Voiceover Artist---Done promos/introductions for various radio programs out of radio station, including Half-Time Hip-Hop Show, Spectrum, Player's Picnic, Kids' Hour)
-U.S. Navy (Did Voiceover Work via Weather Briefs for Flight Groups Out of Japan Based Aircraft Carrier from (Phone hidden))
-"Good Luck Red Shirt" (Voiceover/Narration for CampusMovieFest 2010 submitted film production from Daniel LoPilato at Unversity of Georgia)
-"The Movers and Shakers Project" (Host/Interviewer/Voiceover---Current project of interviews with arts/entertainment/education/politics figures from Athens, GA area and beyond. Started in August 2011---Ongoing)
-College of Coastal Georgia (June 1997-April 1999, June 2005-June 2007, Associate's Degree--Modern Foreign Languages)
-University of Georgia (Spring 2008 - Current, On Track for Bachelors of Arts---Linguistics)
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