My motto: Resonant. Reliable. Real. Because of my classical vocal training and extensive theatrical experience, my command of inflection and characterization have proven vital to my voice over success. When not voicing a colorful variety of game characters, my "normal" voice is done to earth, friendly, a practical theatrical...in other words, real. And I always go the nth degree for the needs of my clients, making sure everything ends with a satisfactory result.
English (North American), English
North American, US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta), US Western
Audiobooks, Business, Cartoons, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Jingles, Movie Trailers, Music, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
I have had 20 years of experience in vocal training and technique. In this VO world, you have to find what you are good at, and focus on doing that. I have a versatile voice, capable of doing many things: commercials, narrations, audio-books, animation, etc. Because of my theatrical training, technical experience, and creativity, I am able to accomplish a variety of different voice over genres.
I have done several video game voices for developers such as Eipix Entertainment, Daily Magic Productions, Shaman Game Studio, and Principle Audio. I have also done different character voices for Northern Light Productions for exhibits and documentaries Seminary Ridge Museum in Gettysburg, the Booker T. Washington Monument, and the National Museum of the United States Army.
My performance career is extensive. Here's my musical career, in a nutshell. I made my Carnegie Hall debut as bass soloist for Schubert's Mass in G Major. I have performed with companies such as the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra and Opera and Portland Opera. I was chosen as soloist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra performing Schoenberg's Moses und Aron in Berlin, Germany, under the baton of Pierre Boulez. I perform regularly with the Chattanooga Bach Choir as baritone soloist.
On top of performing, I am also a private voice instructor at Chattanooga State Community College, where I also direct the Opera Theatre ensemble. I have also taught voice at University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, Elgin College, Lee University, and Tennessee Wesleyan College.
I am also a stage director, staging various opera productions and scenes programs.
Education- B.A. in Music Performance- Austin Peay State Univerity, Clarksville, TN 1995
Masters in Music, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 1997
Certificate in Performance, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 1999
Computer & Software
Interface: Alesis Multi-Mix 4 Headphones- Sennheiser HD280 Professional
Email, Dropbox, Sound Cloud
Short commercial spots/business narrations: within 1 hour from contact, unless conflicting circumstances arise. Larger projects vary with content.
Two words: I care. That might sound corny to you, but, in reality, it's the truth. I do care quite deeply about making you, the client, happy. It's my voice, my product that is being used to help you, so I want to do all that is necessary to make my takes a success so you can make your own success. My voice is my art, and I am continually finding facets that make it unique and flexible. I own a sound-proof home studio which produces crystal clear dry takes. I pay close attention to the details the clients supply. Delivering a well-produced take in a timely manner is my goal every time I engage a project. I can also travel to any studio preferred by the client.
Voice Over Clients
Shaman Game Studio
Daily Magic Productions
Northern Light Productions
University Musical Society- University of Michigan
Chattanooga State Community College
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