If you need a seasoned professional to help you get your voice over project completed on time and on budget, then you’ve come to the right place. Over my 25+ year career in the technology industry I’ve worn a lot of different hats that have put me in the position of being both a team member and a project manager. It takes a lot of attention to detail and firm commitments to deadlines to be successful in the IT world. Let me put those same skills to work on your voice over project.
You can count on me to take the same high level of care with your project whether it’s a two-line video game spot, a national commercial or an audio book. I care about the quality of my work and I think you’ll see that it shows. Send me a message about what you need and let’s work together.
When I’m not working, you’ll usually find me reading. I’m a voracious reader and I’m always looking for something new to learn which has spun off into a few hobbies.
I’ve spent most of my adult life performing music in one form or another. I’ve been in various positions in church music and in a blues/rock band playing keys and saxophone and singing. I love serving in the church as a member of our praise team but I also love just singing karaoke too. If you ever need help with your singing check out http://www.SingingSuccess.com. These guys are fantastic and will take your singing to a whole new level.
You can’t use a camera these days without knowing how to use a computer too. Knowing Photoshop is just as important for a photographer as knowing how to use his camera. Fortunately, I married a photographer. Together we make a good team. She’s got the skill for posing and an artistic eye while I do well with the technical side of the gear and post production. We even do a little video work as well.
One of my favorite toys is my telescope, although it’s not really a toy. I could spend hours gazing up at the stars trying to find the latest passing comet or a planetary conjunction. The light pollution from Atlanta makes it challenging, but I still love it.