In 2004, after working years in radio, I decided to become a full-time voice actor.
A perfect solution to creating work-life balance, the career allowed me to record several hours a day, and be home when my two sons returned from school. My talented and generous voiceover friend Jeff Berlin provided advice and direction on home studio set up.
I hired an engineer to sound treat a small room in our drafty New England home, installed a Telos, hooked up an mBox, and purchased a couple of mics. With my mantra, ‘If you build it, they will come,’ and a few big auditions, I booked a couple of major projects. Those, and the smaller ‘bread and butter’ gigs put me on the path of full-time employment. (more…)