Wow, and I thought it was cool to get mentioned in the Monroe Monitor. My friend and mentor Frank “The Voice” Frederick got interviewed for an article in the Boston Globe about the remote work that most voice actors do. Give it a read. Interesting stuff from a wise man.
Thanks to Greg Phelps and his post on the VO-BB for alerting me to it.
Once again I was fortunate enough to have dinner with Bob Souer this evening. My wife also attended and we all had a great time. Bob is always generous with his knowledge and modest about his many accomplishments. Thanks again for the great company, Bob.
A big thanks to everyone who nominated me, I made it as a finalist in the 2008 Voicey Awards in the Best New Voice category! I’m really excited about being nominated and am in stellar company with all the other finalists. A big shout out to my friend and fellow Best new Voice nominee David Houston. While I have no illusions of actually winning in the end, I’m proud to be in such fine company as Dave and the other nominees.
As well, other people I know who were nominated:
Best Male Voice:
Best Teen Voice:
Best Female Voice:
Best Team Voice:
Adam Fox and Kara Edwards
Best Personal branding:
Best Foreign Voice:
Liz de Nesnera
The complete list of finalists can be found here:
Fellow VO-BBer and voice talent Isaiah of Golden Knight Media has joined the blogosphere. Welcome! I look forward to reading what you have to say.
My friend, DB Cooper, and “boss” over at the VO-BB (She’s the Admin, I’m a moderator) has a blurb about video game voice acting in today’s VOX Daily.
The takeaway? If you want to voice video games, then sit down and start playing them so you understand how the voicing ties into the gameplay. As a video game industry professional (my day job), I completely agree.
Fellow voice talent and friend, Liz de Nesnera has a new blog. Liz is a bilingual voice artist (English and French) and always has interesting things to say on the VO-BB. I look forward to reading her blog. Everyone, go over and say hello!