Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Doggone it: Buffalo Bills, Ralph the dog & voiceover for Veterinary Specialist Hospital

Today I received another cheque for voiceover work done during the 2011/12 season for the Buffalo Sabres. But I also received an email from the Buffalo Bills and their Director of Broadcasting that the "Thurman Thomas Show" will NOT be back for the 2012 season. It is being replaced by a live postgame show. Yes, sports and voiceover are all about change. I worked on the "Thurman Thomas Show" for four seasons. I'll probably have a chance to contribute some sponsor and commercial reads over the upcoming season. Doggone it...


Time to Un-tame your faith was the title of this column from Tim Schroeder in Sunday's eVent paper. I will post a link to it when it becomes available online. It ends with this statement:
So let's destroy the myth and make sure that when the phrase "good Christian" is uttered, the first thought that comes to mind is that of a bold, life-changing adventure with God at the helm.


My latest voiceover script arrived this afternoon for Lake Country Veterinary Specialist Hospital. I see a Boston Terrier and Border Collie are going to be in the video. Doggone it...I am thankful for the work! 
 

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Voiceover Advice: Don't Spill Gas, Oil or Beer!

This ran in our Saturday paper courtesy of Greg Perry, whose work I have shared before.

The only pipeline that should be running here in British Columbia is my voiceover business:)






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Above is a voiceover I did a while back for a Buffalo company (Applied Fabric Technologies, Inc.) that cleans up oil spills.

No spillage on the LA freeway here for Steve Nash. Looks a little dangerous...luckily it was not OJ in a white Ford Bronco...

Monday, July 09, 2012

Giving Credit Where It's Due

June 2012 was my best voiceover month ever in over seven years of doing this! Thank you to great clients! 
Most last month have been using my voice for over five years.


J.S. Gilbert shared this yesterday from NAB Credit Cards in Australia. It rewards people for being honest:



Want to see credit cards used to make music? 
Click here for the link for a promotion for a group of Austrian banks from Canadian music public relations guy Eric Alper.