Authentic, Warm & Straightforward
Just what you’d expect from a Voiceover Dad
Let’s be honest, do you really have the time to listen to dozens of voiceover auditions from agents and casting sites. From the stress of clients constantly making updates to ever looming deadlines and budgets that keep shrinking you have enough that you have enough things to keep you busy.
Wouldn’t it be nice just send it to a talent that you know and can trust to get the job done right?
As a professional voice talent and seasoned audio engineer I provide broadcast-ready voiceovers when you need and that fits your budget. So that’s one less thing you have to worry about.
Let’s discover how we can work together to make your project the best it can be.
Don’t just take my word for it
“Chris has been the “voice” of one of my largest clients for the last 4 years, in their corporate videos, training and promotional audio materials. We have recorded dozens of voice overs live through Skype for years, with the same results every time—a final product that my client absolutely loves”
“Chris is a pro, and a real voice actor—not just an announcer. I recommend that you hire him, but not so often that I can’t book him.”
“Besides Chris being an outstanding voice actor, he’s also a pretty darn good engineer!! So you get the best of both worlds. Great performances and great audio quality. Win/Win!”
“He’s brilliant!…I could listen to him read all day. He’s truly gifted!”
“Chris is so great to work with. He works within your budget to get the job done. Even with a quick turnaround he really blew our clients away!”
“Very nice. Good tempo, nice casual lilt to it, not too polished and yet you hit the beats and the product cleanly. Well done!”
“Heck, if any of my other clients are looking for a great male voice, I’m coming to you!!!”
“You did an awesome job on the Nelson’s Greenbrier spot, they are going to love it!”
“Your voice is great!”
“Chris provided us with fast timely service even with a tight deadline and came through with a well executed and professional radio advertisement.”