I haven’t heard the finished audio for this voice-over yet. But I’ll upload it if I ever get a copy.
Update: Not positive this is the one they went with (they had me read it 12 different ways).
It’s good not to be home.
In one spot, I’m just kind of talking in my natural voice… explaining how awesome and relaxing staying at Hyatt Regency is – and that you can pretty much do whatever you want. And in the other spot, I’m “James” and you (the listener) has reached my voicemail. I let you know that I’m not home… and a few other personal feelings I’m having. heheh
“No Place Like Home”
After reading the scripts a couple of times, I really feel like I need to go stay at a Hyatt Regency! 🙂
These 2 spots should be greeting you on Spotify next week. You’re welcome.
I’ve done several training and safety videos and every time I do one, I get to learn something new.
For instance, I just finished up a 15 minute voice-over narration for a video on construction safety for BRAND Energy and Infrastructure Services. If I ever find myself on a scaffold, I think I understand how to not fall and die now. See? That was good stuff to learn. 🙂
I got to work on a special project for Atherton Pictures this week, being the young voice of a Marine Corps officer who trained and led war dogs during the World War II campaign on the Pacific island of Guam.
The video will be on display at The National WWII Museum as one of many inside looks into the lives and actions of US soldiers during WWII.
I recently did this voice-over for an explainer video for a mobile app called “TimeOut4“.
From the TimeOut4 Website:
“We already know your child uses their phone too much. It’s a necessary evil. Your child needs a phone so you can contact them, and they can contact you. So what if we said we can give you, the parent, control over when your child can use their phone for games, texting, and calling their friends, but still allow them to contact you? TimeOut4 does just that, and we are launching soon.”