Naples, Florida, US
I've mastered the serious TV journalist shtick, but I can also tone it down to the point where it sounds like a radio broadcaster or an interviewee. I can easily match a tone of voice appropriate for any subject matter and slip in and out of those tones within the same piece. Clear dictation and articulation. I like the tongue twisters. And if I need to get goofy, I can. I've done voice over work in short films for a phone sex operator, an angry wife, and a ditzy teen. Throw something new at me.
English (North American), English
Middle Aged, Teen, Young Adult
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
Four years of broadcast journalism experience from an accredited university plus four years in the field narrating and performing on-air broadcasts for newspaper videos.
I was on air for two weekly broadcasts for four years of college. Since graduating, I've performed on-air for various newspaper video productions. These days, I write and record a stand-up news video each morning for my newspaper's website along with a two-minute radio spot. I've also done voice overs in two short films for entire characters and for post-production touch ups.
Journalism degree with broadcast and radio experience from Kent State University
Blue Microphones Yeti USB Microphone
Computer & Software
Final Cut Pro X, Audacity
I respond quickly to email and am willing to speak by phone to work out details of your project.
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