Most voice over projects are on tight deadlines. So let’s get to what you’re likely most interested in… a demo:
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Even with a demo and samples, one of the best ways to know if a voice is going to work for your project is to hear that voice reading some of your copy. For that reason, I invite you to get in touch so we can talk about a project-specific audition.
Just a bit about my background… there’s a communication and teaching thread that runs through my work. I spent many years on-air in a radio station newsroom, worked as a tech writer/editor at Microsoft, wrote and designed marketing material, and hosted educational podcasts. I’m also TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certified, and have taught business-related topics on stage and in the classroom.
What I enjoy most is helping people to advance either personally or professionally. That’s why my focus is eLearning, Training, Explainer, Narration and Corporate voice over projects.
While most of my projects tend to be for adult audiences, I also work with clients on eLearning for elementary and high school students.
If you’re new to hiring voice over talent, I hope you’ll download my free guide: So, What Goes Into A Voice Over Project? I’ll quickly walk you through some of the things a voice over talent does to turn your words into a great finished product, and your vital role in that process.
I believe strongly in a good fit, not just with the project, but with personalities. It’s crucial, especially when working on large projects.
If that’s also important to you, let’s have a quick chat. There’s no pressure or heavy-handed sales techniques. That’s not needed because after our conversation we’ll both have a pretty good idea whether or not we’re a good fit for each other. Thanks!