Mid-Atlantic Voice Over Professionals


Mid-Atlantic Voice Over Professionals

From New York To Florida. From Washington to LA. Ideas & Tips on How To Get The Next Big Gig if you're not in NY or LA and Advice On How To Keep It!

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Comment by Liz de Nesnera on September 13, 2009 at 11:15am
Hi All!

I wanted to let you know that Harlan Hogan & Elaine Clark will be holding a Voiceover Weekend Workshop in New York City October 24th & 25th!

Registration is now open!

Saturday, October 24th, 2009
Acting in the White Space
with Elaine Clark

Sunday, October 25th, 2009
The Long Haul
with Harlan Hogan

Register for just one day or get a discount for both days!

Info & Registration are all here:

Email or call with any questions!

Hope to see you there!...this is going to ROCK!over Workshop



Liz de Nesnera
Bilingual English/French Voice Talent w/ ISDN
'C'est la Voix!'
Reservoir Road Productions
English & French Demos:
SaVoa #07037
BLOG: http://blog.hireliz.com
Comment by Dale Leopold on May 6, 2009 at 4:33pm
Hi guys,

I'm in Richmond, VA (the suburbs of Short Pump, to be precise), and am just starting to break in to the VO scene here (such as it is). I've lived here for over a decade, but before that I considered the DC area my home (I graduated from the U. of Maryland--fear the turtle!). More recently I spent a great deal of time in Bethesda Md., where my coach and mentor John Burr lives part-time (the rest of the time he's in Sarasota, FL). I look forward to sharing VO experiences with the rest of the group!
Comment by Jay Lang on March 9, 2009 at 5:51am
What Voice Over jobs resource sites have REALLY been working for you and where are they located?
Comment by Rodney Scot Stoner on December 4, 2008 at 3:46pm
Hello everyone,
I have been in Charlotte North Carolina for 8 years. Los Angeles was home for 10 years prior to Charlotte. I have been the host of the tv series Discovery Jones Expeditions since 1999. While in L.A I was represented by CED as an actor. Jan. 2009 will begin my full time return to voiceover work as we are finishing my tv series after 148 episodes. Check out clips of the show at www.djexpeditions.com. Hope to meet some of you soon.
Glad to be here.
Rodney Scot
Comment by Dory Hayman on November 25, 2008 at 4:25pm
Hi All,

My name is Dory Hayman and I live on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. It's nice to see so many voice talents from this region.
Comment by praiZe on October 25, 2008 at 2:32pm
Jay Thanks so much for the invite!

Comment by John Weeks on October 24, 2008 at 12:13am
Thanks for the invite Jay!
Comment by ilene russell on June 17, 2008 at 9:31am
Thanks, Jay. Wishing you the best as you write your next chapter....(I was a loyal listener). Warm regards to everyone.
Comment by Rebecca Butterfly Vaughns on May 30, 2008 at 10:10am
Jay Lang, you said key words "What works for you." And yes, the Thank You letters and emails are ALWAYS a +. It's the one thing I live by as an artist in general. The building of relationships are very important. It will make a difference reference future work with clients. Be blessed and keep on the journey.

Faith & Favor,
Rebecca "Butterfly" Vaughns
Int'l Spoken Word Artist
Miami, FL
Comment by Chadd Pierce on May 29, 2008 at 2:47pm
I'll second Jay's comment about reaching out with gratitude. After getting the gig and doing a great job, providing sincere-but-ego-stroking feedback from the employed to the employer is one of the more effective ways to construct a bridge of mutual respect and even endearment. You'll be easier to use next time because "you get him/her". AND it will help in that ever-elusive path to word-of-mouth marketing.

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