Teaching voiceover artists and medical illustration artists. That’s how. Through this month, a rather cold and unforgiving March, I’ve been working hard to influence and engage the next generation of voice actors and those in mid-career who seek to improve their craft. After coaching for several years now and seeing the results in the blossoming […]
Back to School-Back to Life
It’s October. Some people are back in school. Some people are back in the office. I don’t know anyone who thinks we’re back to normal. Looking out my window the leaves are turning colors in the Hudson Valley and the Berkshire Hills, and I’m reminded that change is the only constant we can count on. […]
What Voiceover Artists Need to Know About Contracts + Confidentiality
We all have to make mistakes to learn, right? So when I do make a mistake, I try to not beat myself up (too much), then I dust myself off and get back in the race smarter than before. In the interest of saving you from any self-flagellation, I’ll share my story about voiceover contracts […]
One in Ten: Trust or Caution
Blink, and you’ve made an assessment about someone, Malcolm Gladwell writes, in his book by the same name. We do it all the time–whether consciously or not; we size up people and situations, evaluate the pros and cons, assess the risks and rewards. Is it trust or caution? In business, as in life, before investing […]
Kondofied – Bringing Joy and Order
Have you been Kondofied? Originating from writer Marie Kondo, a career organizer, it means to purge everything in your life that does not spark joy in you. I’m about ready to surrender. But it sure is hard to let go. ANGST What is it I’m clutching? Paper. I’ve got a huge file cabinet filed with […]
Be Good. Be Willing. Be Gone.
…it’s an incredible feeling knowing that your interpretation of the copy was spot on, (no pun intended), and the quality of the audio was perfect.