God Bless America TV AD

Ok, so its a week late. But considering my posting history... better late than.... I am grateful for founding fathers like Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Ben Franklin, John Adams... and even Alexander Hamilton. And I am grateful to live in a country where more than one point of view is allowed. And for those who think that theirs is the only acceptable POV, I'm sure the Bolshevists  thought similarly about theirs. As my Nanny used to say, "there's two sides to every pie crust".

Be well, do good work and may...God Bless America!

Time Warner Cable - Moments of Joy Holiday

http://youtu.be/7XSuJbgMfEA TWCChristmas came early for me this season when I was cast as the VO for Time-Warner Cable's holiday ad campaign. This is another example of the "less is more" approach to VO. During the session the director asked me to "dial it back" a few notches. It "felt" subdued in the studio but it works wonderfully well with the video. It's great when you get to work with pros.

The Grace Card - Movie Promo


One of the things on my bucket list is to voice movie trailers. I've always been drawn to them. The intensity - the drama is absolutely captivating to me. In fact, forget the movie, I go to the theater to hear the trailers! Really. I close my eyes and just listen.

Aside from some independent NGO productions I have not voiced a theatrical trailer yet. But this week I came closer. I produced this promo for the sneak preview of a movie that was filmed in Memphis, The Grace Card.