HERE'S A LITTLE ABOUT ME AND MY VOICE OVER EXPERIENCE
A career in Radio including on-air and advertising sales. Native of the Pacific Northwest.Theater at the University of Oregon. Character voices include sportscaster, grandpa, baseball superfan. Specialites: narration, television imaging, radio/tv commercials.
RECENTLY BOOKED PROJECTS
Central Oregon Auto Dealers
Habitat for Humanity
High Desert Museum
Bend Pet Express
Bend Elks(Minor League Baseball)
Velvety baritone, memorable, like your favorite tee, jeans and go-aheads.
That is usually up to what the station has in the budget and how bad they want YOUR voice. Sad thing now days is there are so many guys wanting to do imaging that is cheapens the product. Since the equipment cost went down on home studios and the quality has gone up in sound there are a lot of great sounding talent that will do it real LOW or for bragging rights (lol). I do not do imaging on a one off deal it is always RETAINER. So there is a monthly usage fee on a 12 month deal. So once you get in you can negotiate up after the first year and onwards. Good thing is if you have been on their station for 12 months and sound great they would not want to lose you to the station across town. I have had stations that use me for 3-4 years, change their sound and pay a non compete fee for 6 months while they re establish their sound with a new talent.
Also the price will vary on market size as well. As far as an agent I have never used one for Imaging gigs but I am sure they are out there, and if there is an AGENT reading hit me up.