VO CLASSES and COACHING
Group Classes | Private Coaching | Demo Production
in Los Angeles and Online
HOW DO I GET INTO VO?
In general, do some coaching, make a demo, look for an agent. First and foremost: find the right coach for you. Ask your friends for referrals. It might be me. It might be someone else. If it's me, let's have a chat, see if we click, and get to work!
THERE ARE SO MANY COACHES, HOW ARE YOU DIFFERENT?
As a voice actor myself, I've worked with dozens of different coaches in New York and LA. From my nearly two decades of experience, I am certain I offer the most practical approach on both coasts. I work with clients to develop what works for me in my own VO career: keep a full toolbox, and you're ready for anything. Whether it's commercials, cartoons, or you rarely know who your director will be, there is no one-size-fits-all method or technique. Together, we hone in on your unique style and how to tailor it to any product or show, and how to work with whatever is thrown your way on or off the mic.
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Let's find out if we're right for each other.
PHONE or VIDEO CHAT
Questions? Just starting out? Have some experience but not sure where you're at? Need a consult on your demo? Book a time via phone or video chat and we'll find the best way to get you sorted.
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V O OVERVIEW
These 4 one-on-one sessions will give you a tailored dive into commercial, promo, animation, and video game copy, answer your questions about getting into the business, and a sense of your personal VO style. Schedule weekly or bi-weekly.
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COMMERCIAL WORKOUT & D E M O P R E P
Building off of the VO Overview, these four hour-long sessions will move quickly. Working one-on-one, we will focus on commercial copy and self-direction in preparation to cut your demo and start your agent search.
Requirements: my VO Overview class, or previous VO experience.
BUT WAIT! I ONLY WANT TO DO CARTOONS!
You can certainly make an animation demo -- it's a fun way to show off your range of characters and self-submit to people you know in the industry. But if you're on the path to landing a voiceover agent, a commercial demo is your first step, as that's what agents want to hear to get to know you.