Mark Eaves

Ft. Worth, Texas, US • 9:24 PM Local Time

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Mark Eaves - Commercial Demo
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Radio 10

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Mark Eaves - Narration Demo
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Educational 4

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Mark Eaves - General Demo
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Radio 29

Mark Eaves

Vocal Skills

Languages

English (North American), English

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Accents

North American, US General American (GenAm), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta), US South West (Texas), US Western

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Voice Ages

Young Adult (18-35), Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+)

Categories

Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames

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Studio

Turnaround Time

Normally 24-48 hours, but will work according to the timing needs of the client

Live Directed Sessions

Video Conferencing (Zoom, Skype)

Microphone

AT-4033CL

Computer & Software

iMac with Adobe Audition DAW

Special Equipment

Audient iD14 Audio Interface, AT 4047 and UA 710 Preamp, JBL LSR305 studio monitors, AT ATH-MX40x headphones

About Mark Eaves

Overview

A veteran with over 30 years in voice recording, Mark brings a dependable strength of experience to your project. As an award winning TV/video producer, he understands the value of quality production elements like voice overs. Mark's voice has been described as warm, smooth, listenable, sincere, believable, authentic, and inspiring. He brings a wealth of background in non-profit and religious productions. If your needs include commercials, radio/TV spots, long and short form narration, e-learning, audio books, public service announcements, corporate, and documentary production, Mark can deliver. He won't be satisfied until you are with your voice over desires.

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Service Description

Flat session, dry reads for audition or final submission. Formatting in MP3, WAV, AIFF, and WMA files. Complete production of finished audio projects also available.

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Experience

Mark has worked professionally as media director for major churches. He has recorded voice overs for a variety of national and local level broadcast/webcast and in-house projects for the churches he has served. He has also been employed by video/media production companies who utilized his voice work for radio/TV commercials, narrations, movie theater promotions, character voices, corporate, and educational projects. Mark has additionally worked as a freelance and voice artist on short and long form productions for non-profits, Christian ministries, and as a character voice for the AD Players theater company in Houston. He has worked as a TV/video/radio producer who has created numerous ready to air commercials, program openings/closings, special segments, and other productions.

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Client List

Trane/American Standard, Chevron, Houston Metro Transportation, Legacy Link Services, Cavender's, Video Magic Productions, AD Players Theater Company of Houston, TX , First United Methodist Church of Dallas, TX, First Baptist Church of Dallas, TX, First Baptist Church of Tyler, TX, Marvin United Methodist Church of Tyler, TX, St. Luke's United Methodist Church of Houston, TX, The Christian Community Service Center of Houston, TX, The Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, Good Shepherd United Methodist Church of Cypress, TX, The Cancer Foundation for Life, The Institute in Basic Life Principles, The Advanced Training Institute of America National Conference, Woodcreek Fitness Center, Grace Community School, The Junior League of Tyler, TX, KYFC-TV in Kansas City, MO, First United Methodist Church of Grapevine, Texas,

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Education

Mark has a B.A. in Radio/TV/Film from Baylor University and an M.A. in Christian Communications from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has received individual voice over training and demo production from accomplished Houston voice over artist and coach Jim Conlan and Voices.com recommended coach Tommy Griffiths of Florida. He has also participated in on-line training webinars with Bill DeWees, Bettye Zollar, Dan Leonard, Mike Hathcote, and Joe Lesch.

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Testimonials

I have worked with Mark on several projects and he has always been professional and well prepared. I really like how he doesn't need a lot of takes to lay down a voice over. This fact alone saves me a great deal of expenditure in studio time. I would highly recommend Mark to anyone looking for voice over work. You won't be disappointed. Anthony Leakey, President

Stage Creations

Mark's voice work for us worked very well in the scene it was needed. He came to us prepared and only took two takes. Mark Lewis, Production Manager and Lighting Director

AD Players

Mark Eaves and I worked together at St. Luke's UMC, Houston for several years where I observed his broadcasting prowess on a weekly basis. His voice is smooth and inviting to hear as a talented narrator and voice talent. Additionally, he is a calm and easy going team member that fits well into the dynamics of any project as someone very easy and pleasant to work alongside. His fees are beyond reasonable and he has a passion for this type of work which is evident in his voice. April Canik, Owner

Canik Communications
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