Archive for the ‘Voice acting’ category

Audio tour narration: The Art of Bulgari at San Francisco’s deYoung Museum

November 15, 2013

If you happen to be in or near The City By the Bay, check out the dazzling Art of Bulgari exhibition at the deYoung Museum. It’s on display through February 17, 2014.

When you go, be sure to take the audio tour…

I’m your narrator.

Because, sure — I’m the first person who comes to mind when you think of fine jewelry.

Narration project: Society 75th anniversary video

October 1, 2012

I was proud to narrate this video celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI. Follow the link below to check it out.

Celebrating 75 Years — The Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI

The creative client, MiniMatters LLC, was truly delightful to work with!

1954: Alcatraz

August 20, 2012

Check out this nifty promotional article about 1954: Alcatraz, the upcoming release from Daedalic Entertainment.

1954: Alcatraz Screenshot

Your favorite Mic Guy voices a couple of characters in 1954: Alcatraz, one of which is the priest seen in the screen shot above. He’s one cool cat — I think you’ll dig him the most.

Thanks to the talented Jim Edgar, whose voice acting skills are also on display in this game, for passing along the links.

1954: Alcatraz will be available later this year, for play on your PC. Enjoy it!

New character demo uploaded

May 29, 2012

Exactly what the headline promises…

My new character demo has been produced and uploaded! Check it out at the link below:

CHARACTER DEMO (:90)

It’s an entertaining sampling of my character stylings for animation and video games. Not an exhaustive catalog, by any means — just a few of the voices inside my head.

My sincere thanks to the team at Voicetrax San Francisco: the incomparable Samantha Paris, who directed and co-produced; and the inimitable Chuck Kourouklis, who co-produced and engineered.

Enjoy!

Law & Order: Legacies, Episode 5 — “Ear Witness”

March 27, 2012

A while back, I played a key role in Episode 5 of Law & Order: Legacies, produced by the fun-loving folks at Telltale Games. My character, an auto mechanic named Scott Leonard, makes his first appearance at about 10:50 into this video sample. (Bonus points to any reader who knows which real-life vocal group is led by a singer named Scott Leonard.)

As a longtime Law & Order fanatic, this was a dream project for me. If you’re intrigued by what you see here, you can purchase the complete seven-episode game for your iPhone or iPad at the App Store, or for your PC or Mac at the Telltale Games website.

Enjoy the preview!

A musical interlude while you wait

February 9, 2012

Yes, I know. It’s taking me forever to get the new site up. Mea culpa. It’s coming, I promise.

In the meantime, enjoy a little something I voiced recently. It’s a promotional video for a Bay Area men’s chorus that delivers Singing Valentines.

NIA Creative, an awesome marketing and production company, produced the project.

Fun stuff…

…and if you decide to purchase a Singing Valentine for your beloved, please tell ‘em The Mic Guy sent you.

The Mic Guy at the mic (where else?)

January 31, 2011

Yikes… it’s been quite a while since I’ve posted here. This occasion, however, warrants the resurrection.

On January 19, I recorded my new commercial demo at Voicetrax San Francisco. That’s Samantha Paris, my beloved mentor and coach, in the director’s chair; voice actor and technical wizard supreme Chuck Kourouklis manned the sound board and video equipment.

This video demonstrates two essential facts: (1) Samantha is an amazing director; and (2) I should stick to acting off-camera.

My new demo, however, will be awesome.

Thanks to Samantha and Chuck for a fantastic experience!


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