The word “audio” used to make my stomach churn. When I worked in video production, audio was an intimidating, temperamental beast who could misbehave at any moment: during production set-up, or worse, undetected during the event only to show its fangs post-production when it’s a much bigger challenge to troubleshoot. Oh dear, was that word a trigger…”troubleshoot”.
So naturally, I jumped into the high-pressure, very troubleshoot-oriented environment of talk radio. Eventually, wrestling this beautiful beast became a favorite sport while I operated boards and produced live radio shows. It’s fortunate that I had the opportunity to work in that industry, because I realized that I had not only a good ear for sound, but a passion for telling stories through sound. This led me to pursue voice over, a journey during which I have continued to have good fortune: in working with fellow artists, incredible clients from all parts of the globe, and the best coaches in the industry as improvement is a never ending process.
I look forward to having the privilege of working with you. Let me tell your story.
Here’s to shared visions.
The voice in your commercial should sell the product. The narration in your video should guide the visual story, not distract from it. The elements of your podcast should form its identity.
Don’t allow subpar audio to cloud your production.
Let it shine.