HERE'S A LITTLE ABOUT ME AND MY VOICE OVER EXPERIENCE
For more than 20 years, I have found myself behind the mic for one reason or another. Like many, broadcasting has been an important part of my career, and like many disciplined voice actors, the announcer is just another character voice.
RECENTLY BOOKED PROJECTS
Husson University commercials; Ad-Hoc Films Documentary (character part); Frames & Pixels Northumberland County promotional narration; Frames and Pixels--BASF training narration.
Smooth, Professional, Edgy, Bright, Mature, Fatherly, Fun
DIALECTS, Character voices and vocal impressions
VOICES I AM ABLE TO PERFORM
Senior Male, Middle Age Male, Young Adult Male
AUDIO DELIVERY METHOD
FTP, AIF, MP3, WAV
Mac G5, Pro Tools, Mackie Mixer, Sennheiser MKH 416 Mic, AKG C3000B, MXL SP1, dBX 286 mic pre, Event TRN 8 Monitors, etc.
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Thanks for your time! I trust our paths will cross soon!
Yes, Nelson...we made it up to Maine for the wedding. It was at the Black Point Inn in Scarborough and it was beautiful. We had quite a rain storm on Saturday night during the reception, but we were warm and cozy inside the Inn. Joe
Unfortunately Work is dry but I have the 2 OTR Podcast shows at Pendantaudio.com that I do to keep the ole chords in shape.
Also the workshops have been a huge help!!
But, Soon, Very soon-- look out world!!
If you can swing down via plane to Hartford I'd love to have ya!!
I have Some very good workshops are in the works now...
Hi Nelson, I was on the road or I would have been back before now. It seems you're getting good advice about your reads. Aside from you're radio gig, forget that you are talking to more than one person. Pretend that you are telling - one person... a really good story...
Nelson Jewell said…
Hey Joe, It may sound kind of silly, but after so many years as a VO artist, do you still learn new things from most of the sessions you do, or does it become "old hat" after a fashion?
I wouldn't say it gets old hat at all. I LOVE it. Every session is fun (except on very, very rare occasions). At this point I usually get hired to do what "I do" so there's not much hunting around to find what the client wants.
I guess what I learn from every session is how much I love the gig. That's a good thing.