Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Voice Over Talent For Hire

Have I mentioned Hubby does voice over work?
He's done some things for his school, so you wouldn't have heard it unless you were really local to us (actually to the area where his school is. They have a radio station, he's done the weather report and some other announcements.).
Anyway, we've decided to make some more noise about it. He has a new demo clip:

I'll put that in a widget in the sidebar too so it is easily accessible.

What Voice Over Is
When people think of voiceover work, the first thing that comes to mind are the announcers on radio and TV commercials. However, any time you hear a voice and don't see a person, it is considered voice over. Narration on documentaries and training videos count, as do audio books.

Brian's Voice over Talent, Abilities, and Interests
He has a pleasing speaking voice and would be good for "average man" situations. At the same time, as a high school teacher, he is accustomed to presenting lectures and other pedantic material in an engaging manner so the listener does not become bored.
He can accurately mimic several regional accents, do celebrity impersonations, as well as character voices.
Of course everyone wants to be the announcer for a TV or radio commercial, but he is also interested in narration for documentaries, training videos, and websites.
He is also interested in reading for audio book, books on tape, and other long term projects.

Contact Us
We have a quality microphone at home if you are interested in an audition clip in a particular genre. Brian has access to a studio at school and is willing to travel to your studio in the greater New York Metro area.
We are in the process of setting up a website to highlight his voice talent. In the meantime, for more information, e-mail us at travelinganngm (at) gmail (dot) com.
We look forward to speaking with you.


  1. How neat is that! Look what Ann has at home! :)

  2. Seems to be an interesting blog. Good job! This was an excellent way to help find more gigs. And to get Brian's name and a sample out there.

    So, do you have other sites that you recommend if someone wants to get into doing voice overs?

    I have a top selection in my choice of possibilities. Within 6 months being trained under a professional in the industry someone can get into following. See It's an easier route to take because you are making connections in the industry, also.

    Most people don't know where to start. Of course, one has to show that they are determined to make it. But if your aren't serious, no one will take you seriously. This seems to solve that Catch 22 of getting in the industry of knowing someone and getting the experience.