I was the class clown; the kid who was always joking with his friends in the back of the classroom. And then adolescence hit. My voice dropped a few octaves and settled into a distinct rumbling baritone. So, I set out to making a living using my voice.
I have been fortunate enough to make a living with my voice for the past 25 years. I got my first radio gig the summer after my freshman year of college. I have worked in eight broadcasting DMAs, as both an on-air radio talent and a radio/TV reporter and anchor.
I got my first voice over booking in 2002, portraying Frederick Douglas in an Oregon Public Broadcasting documentary. Since then, I have performed in numerous commercials, e-learning modules and other narration projects.