Welcome to the 8th and final week of #VoiceoverCamp! In this episode we dive into the good stuff—- BOOKING A GIG!
So you’ve booked your first Voiceover gig… now what?! Amy Russ, of Actor-Webs, and I are here to prepare you with what you can expect!
This video will equip you with the expectations of a self recorded gig vs an in-person session, some tips and tricks for your first booking, and some mindset essentials to help you stay super confident!
Let’s dive in!
“Trust yourself, you did really well. Roll with the punches”
Congratulations! I want to hear all about it. Let me know what you think in the comments below!
And an extra congratulations!! You’ve made it through the #VoiceoverCamp series! Already miss these videos? You can always watch it all again here, Voiceover Camp Series.
It’s not too late to grab your Free VO Starter Kit! Click the button below and download it today!!
Ah, the age-old demo question…
If this is your first foray into VO and you don’t have a ton of professional recordings at your fingertips, you DO have options. Check out this week’s video for the answer to this big question.
BONUS: If you’re looking for a place to have your demo done, I know just the place! Just hit play :)
Ready to test the waters and start developing a reel? Let me know in the comments below!
And of course, if you need a little refresher on #VoiceoverCamp you can click here to catch up on the series!
Don’t hesitate to click the button below and download your free Voiceover starter kit today!
Are you ready to audition for your first Voiceover gig but you’re not sure what to expect?
We’ve all been there… new experiences can definitely be intimidating! So that’s why Amy Russ, from the Actor-Webs, and I discuss What to Expect at a VO Audition as we begin to wrap up our #VoiceoverCamp series.
Of course, every audition is different. So, for this episode we discuss the differences between an in-person vs. recorded audition, how to prep, and some resources to check out before auditioning.
Pro Tip: An improvisation class can be very beneficial in order to crush your first audition. We get into that and a whole lot more! Check it out!
So give these tips a try and let me know how it works in practice at your next voiceover audition!
And remember, if you need a little refresher on what we’ve covered so far, you can check out the full Voiceover Camp Series here!
The Free VO Starter Kit is still up for grabs! Be sure to download it now!
How’s your voiceover game coming along?
The past few weeks via #VoiceoverCamp we’ve been discussing how to get started in this lucrative branch of acting.
This week we talk agents.
Do you have commercial representation? How about legit? Check out this week’s video to find out if you need separate representation and more.
Likewise, we want you to know your worth as a VO artist and will be sharing some GREAT resources to help you negotiate and be aware of your rate and how much you should be paid for various gigs!
Let’s get in to it!
So what do you think?
Is it time to look for a VO agent? OR are you ready to be your own agent?
Need to catch up on our last few videos? You can check out the full Voiceover Camp Series here!
PLUS, I have created a Free VO Starter Kit just for YOU!
Get it BELOW!
So, you’re ready to get serious about a career in VO, yeah?
Do you wonder about the different types of gigs you will be auditioning for?
In Episode 4 of #VoiceoverCamp - a summer-long #AskAnExpert series with Amy Russ, from the Actor-Webs, we get into it!
If you missed our first few videos, check them out here.
So what excites YOU? The world of commercials, audiobook narration, animation?
Let us know in the comments!
Remember, VO isn’t just reading out loud. It’s a medium that allows you to get creative, play, and guys, it is SO MUCH FUN! Stay tuned for next week's blog as we continue to share even more about VO.
Be sure to grab your complimentary copy of the VO Starter Kit now!
I’m guessing you’ve taken your fair share of scene study classes, dance classes, voice lessons, Shakespeare training--- the list goes on--- at this point in your career.
You may be thinking... “I feel like I should have enough training by now! Can’t I just do the actual work?!”
The good news is that if you’ve received any vocal training (singing, breathing, etc.) it will likely serve you as a foundation in your voiceover work.
You’ve made it to the third week of #VoiceoverCamp- a summer-long #AskAnExpert event w/ Amy Russ, from ActorWebs and yours truly. If you missed our last video, 3 Steps to Take to Take Now to Start Your Voiceover Career, check it out here.
This week we answer the question ... “Is a voiceover class necessary?"
Let’s dive in!
So what do you think? Are your dreams of having a VO career actually starting to sound like a reality?
Just remember… research, research, RESEARCH!
Thinking you need a little extra boost before starting a class? I’ve got your back! Grab your complimentary copy of the VO Starter Kit now!
Do you want to have a career in VO, but aren't quite sure where to begin?
Not sure you can add a new branch of acting while balancing a busy schedule?
Then you're in the right place...
You’ve made it to the second video of Voiceover Camp - a summer-long #AskAnExpert series with Amy Russ of Actor-Webs. If you missed our first video, check it out here.
In this video, we'll dive into 3 easy steps that take no longer than 10 minutes for you to pursue daily..
It gets better...You can conduct these steps on your commute to work, in the shower, even scrolling through your social media in the morning!
Have I caught your attention, yet?
Check out this week's episode of Voiceover Camp and learn these 3 easy steps!
What do you think? Easy, right?!
Ready. Set. Practice.
Why not start here?! Scroll right on up to the beginning of this blog and try reading it out loud like you were talking to a friend. Then to a kiddo. Maybe to a group of co-workers! Go, Go, Go!
And, as always, if you are feeling EXTRA inspired, please grab your complimentary copy of the VO Starter Kit now!
As a performer, body language is absolutely one of your greatest tools to communicate with your audience, right? But what if you only had your voice to express a story?
Enter the major fears that come with a career in voice over. "How do I know if my voice is good enough?" "Isn't it super competitive?" "Where do I even begin?"
DON’T PANIC! I had to overcome the same fears and I’m ready to pass on What You Need to Know Before Starting a Voiceover Career.
This week kicks off Voiceover Camp - a summer-long #AskAnExpert series with Amy Russ of Actor-Webs. She, maybe like you, was curious about the transition I made from one form of acting to working in voiceover. Together, we break down what you should expect before starting a career in voice over, the technique and training that comes with the career, and the big differences in auditioning for a voice over role as opposed to other auditioning opportunities.
SPOILER: What I really wanted to express to Amy was how much voice over has completely changed the course of my acting career. If you approach it with the right mindset & training, it can be the most lucrative and fun branch of your acting career, too!!
So what do you think?
Ready to dive into the world of voiceover?
Let’s do it together!
If you're feeling EXTRA inspired, grab my VO Starter Kit below!
As mentioned in the video, you'll want to pick up your free gift: The Global Actor GPS here!
This is the second of 3 videos Ava & I shot together. Be sure to check out our first one "How to be a Working Actor from Anywhere" here! And be sure to join us next week when we discuss "How to Survive a Move Back Home.
Is the expense of living in a major market like NYC or LA causing more stress in your life than progress in your career?
What if you didn't actually have to live in one of these two cities in order to be a working actor?
Well... contrary to popular belief, you don't actually HAVE to live in NYC or LA to make all your money from acting, and in fact, you may be able to get the work you've been seeking in a smaller community.
Curious to learn more?
In this week's video, hosted by Ava Gaudet, (Bwy: RENT TV: NCIS, Ugly Betty), we discuss the origin story of The Global Actor and explore a few key steps you can take right now to move forward in your acting career, no matter where you are currently living.
Check it out!
Click here to get your hands on your free copy of The Global Actor GPS!
And then, in the comments below, let us know where you live and how you are or are NOT making it work in that community. Would love to know! We're here to support :)
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