New Jersey, US
Articulate, powerful, confident, fluid and warm. Perfect for television commercials, telephone applications, narrating children's programming, educational programs or audiobooks. I can also do commercials that require more dramatic skills, a mother, a sister, a daughter or characters that require more colloquial accents. The subtle, convincing tone of my voice will gently attract customers into purchasing your product.
Child (5-12), Middle Aged (35-54), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35)
Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Jingles, Movie Trailers, Music, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
University: Montclair State University
Currently enrolled in the Master’s of Arts in Spanish
30 credits completed
(Phone hidden) Montclair State University Master’s Degree in Education
(Phone hidden) Montclair State University
Post Graduate Certification in Education
(Teacher Certification to teach Spanish k-12).
(Phone hidden) University of Rafael Urdaneta,
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration.
Degree obtained in Maracaibo-Venezuela
Intensive voiceover techniques -EdgeStudio
Voice Over w/Manuel Herrera@ HOLA
Special skills and talents
Voiceover in Spanish and English
Singer (range unspecified)
Blue Yeti Pro
Computer & Software
garage band and Pro tools
sound resistance room
mp3, CD, DAT,Wav,Aiff,etc
24/7 turn around
radio and television commercials, audiobooks, films, videos, multimedia applications.
Voice Over Clients
Rich Tozzoli productions
Trumpets Jazz Club
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