more than just an actor
While I work full-time as a voice-actor, my other job is fairly unique. When I'm not behind the mic, I am a professional pilot and work in a production group that produces the most advanced flight training media in the world. Being able to combine my two passions is an absolute dream come true.
When I'm not out 'flying the friendly skies,' I live on the coast of Central Florida with my wife, Allison, our large and goofy golden retriever Maverick, and our two cats, Evie & Amelia.
At about the time I turned 15, I began to notice that people stopped calling me "ma'am" on the phone. It was also at this time that I was able to pass for my father on the telephone, allowing me to intercept the occasional call home from school. Soon thereafter I realized that I should use my newfound resonance for the forces of good as opposed to evil.
In 1997 I began training with the president of the National Speaker's Association. His son was a high school friend of mine and he agreed to take me under his wing to train me in the art of public speaking. Through his tutelage I was able to master the finer points of delivering a speech in public and had the opportunity to speak in front of crowds as large as 5000.
my story begins with a small voice
MY TIME BEHIND THE MIC
Through these speaking engagements I was not only able to hone my craft, but to network professionally as well. It was through my stage work that I was able to garner the attention of MRN Radio - The Voice of NASCAR, and begin my career in a recording studio.
From that time I have worked as a voice actor for numerous clients around the country. My work has ranged from large, international corporations, to small business owners and everything in between. My work has not, however, been limited to sitting in a recording studio. I have been fortunate to spend time acting both on stage and on screen. This acting background has served me well in my voice over business, as the majority of the work I do requires me to tell a compelling story using nothing but my voice.