Experienced voice-over talent, narrator,
voice-actor; warm, personable, authoritative, high-energy or conversational as directed or self-directed
for commercial, corporate, e-learning, training, documentaries, message-on-hold/IVR and all voice communications,
broadcast and non-broadcast.
Click on my demos on the left side of this page to
hear “a wide range of me” (in unaccented standard American English and
other credible accents).
The COMMERCIAL, E-LEARNING and CORPORATE demos are ALL NEW! I’ve done thousands of commercial and corporate projects for
clients (with a lot of repeat business over the last 25-plus years);
click to see my
- Corporate specialties include
pharmaceutical, healthcare and compliance training, e-learning, capabilities audio and
video, plus message-on-hold and phone prompts (IVR)
- Commercial specialties include
announcer and “non-announcer” in many textures and tempos, including
high-energy for direct response and other “energy blasts”
- Responsive to direction, professional
and co-operative attitude
- Quick, efficient and professional in the
studio, saving time and money
- Rapid comprehension of copy, plus mastery of complex
and technical terminology. People say I make "medicalese,"
"legalese" and "governmentese" sound like English.
You can hear me and
watch full videos of my work here
down for video of my CBS Evening News
"Have Voice, Will Travel" is more than a slogan; it's a way of life! I can travel on short notice throughout
the northeast (based in the New York/New Jersey metro) to work with you one-to-one, or can
phone-patch or use ISDN at several excellent yet cost-effective
studios nearby. My home studio works well for
small-to-medium voice-only projects.
I'm also a musician! Rob Carlson & Benefit Street, my band, is working on our second CD. Presence Productions, including Presence Records, co-produced our debut album and has also released the archive tapes of Benefit Street/The American Dream, my first band with Rob. My new original doo-wop group, The Fabulous Dudes, was released in 2013.
was featured on the CBS Evening News and I didn't have to hurt anyone
or steal anything to get there!
(Thanks to Holdcom for the opportunity! I may not look wonderful, but I think I
sound pretty good!)