The long history of minorities in this country is often that of trial and pain. But it is also one of survival and triumph. In my lifetime I have seen the impossible become possible. I have grown personally from a community where only my teachers were white, to sharing with, traveling with, learning … [Read more...] about Race, Culture & Voice Acting
I am not a Voiceover Expert. I am a student. I taught a class yesterday called "Intro to Voiceover" to a group of excited students who knew nothing about voiceover. Most of them were local Atlanta actors who wanted to break into the business or to wet their beak. But the first thing that I told them … [Read more...] about I Am NOT A Voiceover Expert!! Here’s Why!
To understand why you should take advice from Mara Junot you only need to do a quick Google search of her name to know that hers is a voiceover career to be envied. Her website MaraJunot.com gives but a snippet of the projects of one of the most diverse talents in our field. But humbly Mara has been … [Read more...] about Mara Junot – How A Radio Background Can Help You In Voiceover
The Voice Over International Creative Experience (aka The Voice Convention 2014) happens every two years and brings out some of voiceovers biggest stars. With a convention that only happens bi-annually, its important that not a moment of your time is wasted. Its exciting to see all of your voiceover … [Read more...] about 6 Tips To Get The Most Out Of The VOICE Convention
In a world of voice over for animation, Dave Fennoy is a King. I caught up with Dave while he was in town for the DragonConn convention where he was represented as one of the voices of the video game "The Walking Dead". You may know Dave Fennoy as the voice of Hulu. But over his 20 plus year … [Read more...] about Dave Fennoy From The Walking Dead (The Hulu Guy)