A few weeks ago and friend and I ventured down to Niagara Falls for the evening. Our first, and as it turned out, only stop, was the Fallsview Casino. Before you begin to question, no, we are not hardcore gamblers. Actually, if you can believe it, we went for the food.
The Grand Buffet.
Have you eaten there? If not, and you’re within driving distance to Niagara Falls, I highly recommend it. I also recommend you bring an appetite. You’re going to want to try one of everything at least once. Wow! So much good food, so little belly room. Nevertheless, I gorged like a champ and I feel confident in saying that they made no profit off me that day.
As a male voiceover talent I obviously want to work. I’d love to work with you on your project. But I’m also smart enough to know that not every job is right for me, and I’m not right for every job.
Do you remember the scene in Miracle on 34th Street where the department store creates the ad campaign that says, “if we don’t have it we’ll find someone who does,” or something to that effect? It’s all about customer service. Take good care of your customers and they’ll take good care of you.
Believe it or not, I don’t do female voices. I also don’t have much of an epic movie trailer voice. If you’re looking for a wacky cartoon character voice, I’m not sure I can do it either. So let me point you to a place where you’ll find someone who can.
I’ve been an active member of Voice123.com for years. I’ve booked a lot of great jobs, and developed relationships with a lot of great clients. I know there’s literally thousands of voice talents on that site for you to choose from. For the project you need voiced that I don’t fit, I know you’ll find what you’re looking for there.
In the meantime, for the project you need voiced that I do fit, just email me. firstname.lastname@example.org
PS: I left the Casino up $90 playing Blackjack on a digital terminal. 😉