My voice is described by others as authoritative, believable, smooth, trustworthy and assured, and is considered appropriate for documentaries, narration, and audiobooks, including medical and instructional reads. I have a generally deep voice but am versatile and can easily go outside the normal range.
English (North American), English
Middle Aged, Senior
Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
Oral interpretation (college instruction), public speaking (presentations, teaching), audio training tutorials, podcasts of newspaper editorials. I currently voice the Editorial Pages of the Los Angeles Times. Professional scientist and faculty skilled in presenting technical topics (natural science, biology, physics, engineering) in a engaging and persuasive manner. Speaking influenced by having lived in England, New England, Pennsylvania and California.
Voice study with Pat Fraley and Heather Costa. Voice Acting Academy Voice Conference. Training in oral interpretation. BA and Ph.D. in science; minor in Spanish language.
Computer & Software
Macintosh, TwistedWave, Audacity
E-mail, FTP, web upload
I can suggest a variety of reads, but also happily take direction to provide the best result for your project, and will adjust my schedule to meet your needs. Based in L.A. with home studio and easy access to many professional studios. I can provide copyediting services as well as post production and audio editing.
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