May Contest! Win a Copy of My New Audiobook “Black Sails White Rabbits”

I’m celebrating the release of my first audiobook narration, Black Sails, White Rabbits; Cancer Was The Easy Part, by holding a raffle!   If you’d like to win a FREE copy of this audiobook, just make a comment on this post including your real name before 11:59pm on May 30th, 2016. I will compile all the names, pick […]

First Look at the Living Skeleton Character I Voiced

I recently contributed my voice to an animated short film being created by the very talented writer/director/animator Alexandra Huzsvai.  The piece is called Majnun’s Dream Theater Shadow Show, and I play the role of The Living Skeleton, a mysterious character who appears before the heroine when things look bleak.  I’m delighted to be able to share […]

Listen to My New Voiceover Demos!

I’m delighted to announce that I now offer a comprehensive set of voiceover samples on the Voiceovers page of my web site.  I’ve always had the commercial v/o demo available, but now I’ve added a host of others in a variety of categories, including eLearning, Documentary, Animation, World Dialects, and more.  A number of the […]

My Classes at Learning Solutions 2011 Were a Smash!

I’ve just returned from sunny and warm Orlando, Florida.  I’m glad to be home and back in New York, but I sure did love that Orlando weather!  I was teaching at the eLearning Guild’s Learning Solutions 2011 conference, and had a fantastic time.  I created and taught a full-day pre-conference certificate program on How to […]

The Hunting of the Snark Animated Film Voiceover

Well, I love the works of Lewis Carroll (after all, I’m President Emeritus of the Lewis Carroll Society of North America), and I love animation (with a special place in my heart for the painstaking labors of stop-motion animation), so perhaps this project was inevitable!  Nevertheless, I was delighted when director Saranne Bensusan invited me to […]

A Classy Casting Director

I have to say, by and large, I genuinely like the casting directors I meet.  They tend to be smart, positive, and enthusiastic audiences.  Occasionally, I run across the rare exception.  I remember being at a studio with multiple auditions going on a few months ago, and at one point a casting director came out of one […]

Praise for my Nonsense Poem Audio Recordings

I was delighted to learn that Jenny Woolf, author of the fascinating new biography The Mystery of Lewis Carroll, greatly enjoyed the two free nonsense poem audio downloads I created for Storypods Audiobooks over in Oxford, England.  On her Facebook page, Jenny wrote: “I’ve been in email correspondence with Andrew Sellon, LCSNA president, but never […]

Voiceover for e-Learning for Kids Guided Tour

If you have or know kids grades 1-6, check out this great free e-Learning site! I contributed the voiceovers for the Guided Tour, and all the content is created by e-Learning professionals volunteering their time, which I think is fantastic.  Kids don’t need to register to use the site, so parents don’t have to worry […]

Storypods Nonsense Poem Voiceovers

I became acquainted with Liz and Francis, the brains behind the Oxford-based Storypods Audiobooks when I reviewed their charming audio production of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland a couple of years ago.  This year, Liz told me they were going to sponsor a nonsense writing competition, and asked me to be one of their judges.  I […]

e-Learning for Kids Guided Tour Voiceover

When I presented my eLearning voiceovers seminar at the eLearning Guild’s March 2010 conference in Orlando, I met a lot of bright, creative, super-friendly people.  One of those folks was Michael Williams, who is Director of Courseware Development for a great non-profit called “e-Learning for Kids.”  They run a web site of free interactive elearning for grades […]