The Calming Voice of the Fireside Storyteller
I'm a voice actor with a voice described as warm, inviting, mysterious, and commanding. If you want your book or script read in a manner that isn't just articulate and engaging, but relaxing and immersive, come talk to me. Talking is what I do for a living, and I've become pretty good at this sort of thing.
Animation/Video game demo
- English (native)
- German (B1/B2 LEVEL)
- Polish (A2 Level)
Get in touch with me at email@example.com
Every child wants to be a million different things when they grow up. My own childish ambitions changed repeatedly throughout the years, but one key “career” that stuck out to me, if it can be called such, was to be an adventurer. I wanted to wear a cape, brandish a mighty sword, go on daring journeys and explore new things.
Eventually I discovered doing that kind of thing in public can get you arrested, but the seed of adventure had already begun to germinate in my mind. The desire to create, explore and pretend became an inseparable part of who I am.
It was February 2014 when I decided to pursue voice over. I was 19 years old, performing three-month house-sitting for friends by looking after the critters on their farm while they traveled. My future ambitions at that point were limited to "Try not to die by walking into a ceiling fan." (With a 6'04" body, you never know.) Possessing little real idea what I wanted with my life, I indulged my boredom by reading the classic book "Voice Over Voice Actor: What It's Like Behind the Mic" by Tara Platt and Yuri Lowenthal.
They made it sound like Mega Man 3 - fun, but also impossible. Inexplicably, I looked up after finishing the last page, closed the book, and said, "I'm going to do it."
This would have been made easier had I known anything at the time about the acting part of "voice acting," or even the voice part of "voice acting." I realized I didn't know jack, despite being a nerd who loved playing pretend and throwing himself headfirst into fantasy. I then realized that after three months of taking care of dogs, cats, chickens and horses, I had earned enough money to start getting to know this individual named Jack, as well as purchasing the equipment necessary to start working.
I sought out Edge Studio thereafter and learned how to play with words, culminating in my first audiobook demo later in November 2014.
When I'm not playing make-believe for a living, I enjoy reading and writing (fantasy and Gothic horror are my bread and butter), studying foreign languages, keeping up with martial arts, and looking out for that ceiling fan that may one day decapitate me. I was born in Georgia near mountains and was quickly instilled with a sense of wanderlust. I don't know where I'm going, but I do know I'm going to tell stories when I'm there.