If you're looking for a deep, commanding voice that can deliver a wide array of styles, that's me. I'm a 20-year broadcasting and live performance veteran who currently serves as Production Director for a cluster of radio stations in Colorado. My job is to deliver impeccable reads with quick turnaround, and that's exactly what I will provide for you and your projects.
English (North American), English
North American, US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta)
Middle Aged, Senior
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Jingles, Movie Trailers, Music, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television
My voice career started in 1992 as a radio announcer with extra income earned by voicing local TV spots for Cablevision. As my radio career moved up in market size, so did the jobs. I've had the pleasure of working on ad campaigns for Copeland's Steak House, Alltel, Arby's, Dillard's, as well as hundreds of local businesses.
Metropolitan Technical School 2-year certificate in Radio Broadcasting.
University of Arkansas Little Rock Music and Recording Theory studies
Electrovoice RE20, Shure SM7
Computer & Software
Adobe Audition 3
I'm not just another 'big voice'. When you hire me, you get the professionalism and expertise that comes with an award-winning broadcast production director. My business is quality within strict time frames, and I surpass expectations by delivering concise reads well before deadlines.
Voice Over Clients
Copeland's Steak House
Cablevision of Shreveport
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