I feel I have a rather versatile voice. I can do a wide variety of characters and dialects, while also being able to sound like an "everyday Joe." Whether I'm selling a car, conducting a professional meeting, inviting the intrepid adventurers into my deadly dungeon, or just being one of the guys, I always put a lot of energy behind that voice to bring the character to life.
My vocal range is that of a baritone, and my tonal quality is that of a bass. I don't have a very deep voice, like a bass singer, but it's low, warm and very clean. I can raise the pitch of my voice up into more of a tenor range, but some of the higher ranges are difficult for me to reach without going into my falsetto.
English (North American), English (British), English (Irish), English (Scottish), English (Australian)
Australian, British, Irish, North American, Scottish
Child, Middle Aged, Senior, Teen, Young Adult
Animation, Internet Video, Jingles, Movie Trailers, Music, Podcasting, Radio, Television, Videogames
I've been doing voices probably since the day I was conceived, but I would say my first true "voice over gig" was the final musical I did in high school, which was Little Shop of Horrors. I played the voice of the plant, Audrey II, and it was easily the most fun I've ever had on stage. I used the Broadway musical and the movie both as references and as a combined foundation to build my own unique character off of. I worked with my friend, who was the puppeteer of the plant, for days (literally...I clocked the hours) practicing the songs and dialogue. We practiced 4-5 hours every day for weeks on these songs, perfecting each word and note.
Once opening night came around he and I had the role of Audrey II so dialed in and so clean, the audience thought we were a professional duo brought in from an outside group. I'm not joking either, we had people ask our director where we came from. They had no idea it was a fellow high school student.
In college I did dozens of small freelance VO gigs for my fellow students, and even some teachers. I did everything from cartoon-y animation shorts and video games, to peoples demo reels, and even some vocal SFX.
I'm currently working on a couple independent projects for friends and I also do the majority of the temporary, or "scratch", voice over work in our game, but I want more! Voice acting is my passion!
i have a Bachelor's of Science in Game Art & Design from the Art Institute of California -San Francisco, and I'm currently taking classes at Voice One in San Francisco.
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