https://debbieirwin.com/2022/01/17/8-myths-about-narration-voice-over/There is nothing quite like being casually tossed acronyms or other voiceover terms you’ve never heard of before. The logical advice is to speak the truth simply, say you don’t know what the acronym means, and ask for an explanation. The more painful reality is that not knowing your terminology can be seen as unprofessional. […]
On Saturday, December 2, 2017, I have the distinct pleasure of being a guest voiceover coach at the VO Pro on the Go workshop, which is happening at three different studios in NYC from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
If you’re interested in attending and mention my name, you can get a 10% discount off the registration fee.
It’s a question we ask ourselves countless times a day. Should I sprint across the street or wait for the light to change? Should I push through the pain of an exercise or be gentle with myself? Should I risk telling someone how I feel, or keep my counsel? Malcolm Gladwell, in his book, Blink, […]
MEDICAL ILLUSTRATOR BEST PRACTICES Recently I narrated four medical animation videos about cleft lip and palate surgeries while working closely with four female graduate students in the Biomedical Visualization Department at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC): Sam Bond, Melanie Conrad, Samantha Olson, and Eva Mae Natividad. Also known as medical animators, these bright […]
We’ve all seen unintentionally funny translations on signs or menus, written by proprietors whose native tongue is not English. But what about same language miscommunication? That’s what this anthology is about. Creative people, writers, illustrators, designers, actors and voice artists for instance— folks in creative professions, are tasked with taking a client’s vision and bringing […]