You have the ability to overcome great fear. – Hal Jordan’s power ring, “Green Lantern: Secret Origin,” DC Comics Back in March, I received an email from one of my agents, simply entitled “audition.” Briefly, the email said “Can you get this back to me by tomorrow a.m.? VERY Confidential.” Scanning down the email I saw […]
“Oh, looka there.” These were the words of a nurse at about 5:31 on Thursday, October 27. My wife Katherine had just delivered our daughter, Ella Aminah, 11 minutes before. She had just been taken to the warming table, and I had done what every parent has done for millenia, counted fingers and toes (for my family this […]baby, birth, Ella, thanks, umbilical cord
Via Scoop.it – voiceover and voice acting My friend, voice artist and engineering rock star Dan Friedman has posted a short and sweet article on the Sound4VO blog about having a backup plan for home studios. As I am not ISDN equipped at home, I know that my backup plans are not complex, but it […]back up, be prepared, Dan Friedman, Sound Advice, sound4vo.com
Hi, Ella. It’s your daddy. I’m that low rumbly sound you hear talking to you through you mommy’s belly. I try to talk to you every day, so you know what I sound like when you make your big arrival in October. I know, it will be different when my voice comes through air instead […]baby, Ella Fitzgerald, family, frequency, music, pregnancy, singing, voice
The Knight Foundation funds Random Acts of Culture in 8 cities around the United States, and this past weekend, I had my chance to be a part of one.