Via Scoop.it – voiceover and voice acting From an unlikely source comes this story: “10 Voice Actors Who Shaped Your Childhood and You Didn’t Even Know It.” Some of them are names easily recognized in the industry, including the legendary Daws Butler and Mel Blanc, but includes some that you may not truly may not […]
“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
Months ago when I was involved with the Random Acts of Culture Project, voice artist David Houston was kind enough to post about it. Today, I want to return the favor. David is based out of Austin, TX, and is more than just a voice guy. He also is a fine musician in his own […]David Houston, guitar, instrumental, talent
JoJo Jensen, voice artist, author and entrepreneur tells the tale: “It would be really cool if you recorded the first chapter of my book,” my friend Tom said in his easy manner. I looked at him like he had just invented the snickerdoodle. Brilliant! Chapter & Voice didn’t start out as a business… it began as […]audiobooks, audioteaser, Heather Henderson, Jamie Muffett, JoJo Jensen, marketing, opportunity knocks, Stephen bowlby
Back in 2009, I had the pleasure to work with Diane Havens and Kat Keesling on the Hear the Bill Project. Their brainchild was to help ordinary people who would have a very difficult time wading through the complexities of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, in both the U.S. House of Representatives and […]Creative Commons, kat Keesling, low budget work, nonprofit, time
Think back to your summer camp days. You remember, don’t you? Sometimes a weekend, sometimes a week or more spent with kids you may not have seen before that moment, but can suddenly become your closest friends. I have an experience like that: when I was in high school, I attended YMCA Leaders School in […]camraderie, Faffcon, golden nugget, sharing, you are not alone
One of my “Artists You Should Know,” Lauren McCullough, stars in a new ad for the Lincoln MKS. The music is “The Future is Where We Belong” by The Hot Pipes. Lauren knocks this one out….click and watch!
I haven’t met David Houston in person. We are linked on most social networking platforms, but I haven’t yet had the pleasure of shaking his hand. Regardless of that fact, David Houston is a funny man. And he is not, in fact, an octopus. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfRgoS2GiA8&hl=en_US&feature=player_embedded&version=3] Follow him on Twitter. Because he’s not an octopus.