I’m a member of a number of LinkedIn VO groups, and in one of them, someone asked how they could tell if they would be successful at VO.
And before I could answer with my ideas, a guy named Dave Wallace pointed the poster to seven great questions to ask before jumping into VO as a career.
Here they are. Continue Reading →
I love when my clients and students come up with a nifty way of using technology.
My buddy Brian Selke, who’s also a student of mine, just wrote about what he did with Bluetooth and TeamViewer. Continue Reading →
My buddy, Kristine Oller, is amazing.
She shared a video that gives VO actors hope, even when things get totally and completely screwed up. Continue Reading →
The pressure was intense. And I finally caved.
The official VO2GoGo Mike Sock is now available to the general public. That means you, darling. Continue Reading →
Trev here — VO2GoGo instructor for the monthly intensives in Hollywood.
Today, I’d like to share 3 “mindset” books that have informed and shaped my approach to creative work in huge ways. Books full of lessons, tools, and new language to wrap around age-old concepts. Books that bring clarity to that often foggy intersection of creativity and business—especially voiceover. Continue Reading →
One of my remote ProPlus clients, Lee (who is, by the way, absolutely killing it in DC, taking to VO like a duck to water – every month, he’s taking the video VO classes, sending in the work to me for review, we chat and he’s chugging right along) had a problem. Continue Reading →
If you’ve ever heard me talk about how important understanding the business side of VO is to our success, you know how passionate I am about it.
Apparently, I’m not the only passionate advocate of acquiring a clear understanding of our business.
Matt thinks so too. Continue Reading →