Medical terminology is my specialty. I'm not a doctor (I've played one on TV), but 25 years of medical transcription have conferred upon me the ability to say "esophagogastroduodenopathy" with ease and conviction.
All technical, educational and how-to work is a joy for me. I love explaining things, and I'm one of those people who loves to share fascinating facts. I know things about kangaroos that you wouldn't believe. Think Cliff Claven with actual knowledge, or Wilson Wilson with a full face.
I can bring a sharp sense of humor and a deep rooting in improvisation to copy that has room for or need of some extra ideas, something a little bit off-center and even startling.
I also have my training and love of Shakespeare to bring to my work. So, if you ever have a need for an improvised Elizabethan medical journal, I'm just your man!
A partial list of adjectives and characters: Friendly, humorous, supportive, enthusiastic, professional, engaging, Doctor, Technician, Tech Support, The Guy With the Latest Cool Gadget, Understanding Bartender, World's Greatest Substitute Teacher, Museum Guide, Deep Sea Explorer, The Kind of Astronomer Who Wears Turtlenecks, Cool Uncle.
English (North American), English
Standard American - West Coast, Southwest
Middle Aged, Senior
Audiobooks, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
Founding Member of THE IMPROV INFERNO, Los Angeles, CA
STARK RAVING MAD (NBC/Steven Levitan)
VITAL SIGNS (ABC/Bonnie View Prods.)
SHAM (It's a Chick Prods/Augusta, dir.)
THE DEN (Chicago Nature Museum/Duncan Scott Prods.)
SOUNDS FUNNY (Turnpike Prods./Kenyon Woods, dir.)
CHRISTMAS ANGEL (Titan Prods./Lawrence West, dir.)
FIRST FIDELITY (USC grad/Melissa Gerrero, dir.)
COMING IN OUT OF THE RAIN (USC grad/Sean Murray, dir.)
VITAMINS (USC grad/Kennedy Wheatley, dir.)
Extensive stage work including several Shakespeare plays, improv & comedy revue, French farce & classic.
Voiceover traning at Voice One Studios with Trevor Allen, Elaine Clark, Kathy Garver, Sarah Kliban, David Menashe; also Ginny Tyler in L.A.
Theatrical training with Colin McKay, Lynn Redgrave, Harvey Rosenfeld, Duke Stroud.
Film/commercials with June Chandler, Michael Donovan, Megan Foley, Hap Lawrence, Chuck Mann
Improv with Gary Austin, Jim Jackman, Kent Skov, Ron G. Wilson
The Improv Inferno, L.A.
The Groundlings, L.A.
Second City, L.A.
BATS, San Francisco
Alienware PC - Adobe CS3, Audacity, Cakewalk Music Creator 6, Sony Vegas Pro 11
Email; client's FTP or other filesharing service; CD by mail; will travel to studios in SF or reachable by BART.
24 hours for recordings up to 2 min (3 takes), edited "dry" voice without music or FX; editing and longer projects by arrangement
Fast, friendly, personable and professional voice recording done in-house for commercials and other "short spots" such as instructional/ training narration, user's guides, radio and TV idents, film trailers, voicemail and automated-response systems, museum audio guides, video games, etc. "Odd jobs" are welcome. Delivery online or in San Francisco is within 24 hours. Editing services (e.g. music, FX, syncing to video) are also available.
For larger projects such as podcasts, film narration, animation, audiobooks, etc., arrangements for recording in a studio is recommended.
Hire Edward for voice-over work. Payment is made through Voices.com SurePay, an escrow service that guarantees your work is done to your satisfaction. Send payment securely by Visa, Mastercard or PayPal through Voices.com then download your files from the website.
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Working with Edward Luhn is fast and easy. We'll walk you through the process step-by-step.
Request a quote for your project today.