Bradford, New Hampshire, US
My DEMOS feature immense GIANT VOICES, done without filters. Tough WARRIOR VOICES, all natural. MYTHIC HEROES with gravitas. Humorous ANIMAL VOICES, filled with character and COMEDY. LIGHT ETHNIC MALE VOICES available in numerous ACCENTS. OLD MEN VOICES, all different. EVIL VILLAINS that really do sound evil. Even JAZZ WHISTLING BIRDS. My work can add DEPTH and POWER to characters in VIDEOGAMES, CARTOONS and FILM. I've spent three decades honing these skills as an award-winning master storyteller. As an edited, published author and recording artist, I know what it is to take direction and have always enjoyed it. You'll find me easygoing, flexible and fun to work with and I'll deliver you a product you'll love!
English (North American), English (British), English (Irish), English (Scottish), English (African), English
Arabic, Austrian, British, Celtic, French, German, Irish, Israeli, Italian, Japanese, Jewish, North American, Scandinavian, Scottish, Swedish, US General American (GenAm), US New York (New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn), US South West (Texas), US Western, West African (Ghanaian)
Middle Aged, Senior, Young Adult
Animation, Audiobooks, Educational, Movie Trailers, Radio, Videogames
Full-time professional character-voice artist and storyteller since 1982, new to the VO market. Multiple Parents' Choice, Indie, Storytelling World awards, plus AudioWorld's Golden Headset Award, the Dove Award and the Oppenheim Platinum Award for story audios.
NEW YORK TIMES: "a consummate storyteller." TIMEOUT New York: "a one-man vocal universe." WIRED: "one of the great voices in American storytelling." BILLBOARD: "a modern-day Orpheus."
THE WHITE HOUSE. OFF-BROADWAY at LINCOLN CENTER and LINCOLN CENTER INSTITUTE TOURING ARTIST. Twice STORYTELLER-IN RESIDENCE and FEATURED TELLER at the INTERNATIONAL STORYTELLING CENTER and the NATIONAL STORYTELLING FESTIVAL. HARVARD UNIVERSITY. DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. TWO TOURS OF GREAT BRITAIN. Healing stories at the MAYO CLINIC. Clients include BROOKSTONE, TARGET, UNITED WAY, ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO, PEABODY-ESSEX MUSEUM, BOSTON UNIVERSITY, PERKINS SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND, CHRISTA MCAULIFFE PLANETARIUM, ROCHESTER DANCE COMPANY and IBM. Work anthologized in THE GREAT COURSES and by OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS INDIA. Work has appeared on NPR.
I routinely perform for K-2, 3-5 child audiences, middle and high school audiences, university audiences and adults and am trusted not only as an entertainer, but as an educator.
B.A. from Duke University. Adjunct Professor for 7 years at Antioch University New England.
PreSonus m7 (at the moment)
Computer & Software
MacBook Pro/Garage Band (at the moment)
email, DropBox or from WordPress
Full characterizations for cartoon, film or videogame roles or cameos. I read the entire script, if provided, to create the most effective character(s) I can.
Voice Over Clients
Peabody Essex Museum
The Art Institute of Chicago
Christa McAuliffe Planetarium
Perkins School for the Blind
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