I added some more recent voice work to my primary voice-over demo.
This is mainly Radio/TV commercials and “web explainer” video type stuff.



Click here to check out all of my demos, including character voices and accents
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If you like what you hear, you can audition and book me for a voice-over through my website,
or through my profile page at The Voice Realm.

Thanks for listening! 🙂

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So last week I was working with Mazda‘s ad agency on a new video highlighting the hi-tech safety features in their cars. This was a FUN ad! I got to do several different sports announcer voices.

Can you guess which voices were me?

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Oh yes… Last night I recorded a voice-over for Volkswagen through The Voice Realm. It was pretty exciting – and the client was happy with the finished product. I’m not sure where/when the video will be available, but I’m definitely anxious to see this one! I watched some finished work from this ad agency (Mediacom USA) and they do incredible work.

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Today I did another voice-over for a Kickstarter project, and it got me thinking about how many of these crowd-funding videos I’ve done. Several of them on Indiegogo as well. It’s an interesting phenomenon, this crowd-funding experience, and every new product/service needs a video to explain how it works. “Explainer videos” are actually one of my favorite genres of voice-over videos. Most of them allow for some of my character and personality to come through, and that’s just fun! Although there have been a few scripts that are written as if they are for late night infommercials (yawn).


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Another awesome QUIDOS animation video finished – this one for EPHE (EPODE for the Promotion of Health Equity).

Let’s promote health equity! Discover the EPHE Project.
The EPHE project is a pan-European project (2012-205) co-funded by the European Commission to analyse the added value of the implementation of the EPODE methodology for the reduction of health inequalities (diet & physical activity) and the opportunities to sustain the implementation of EPODE programmes via EU structural funds to end 2015.

EPHE