5022 Hook Hollow Circle
Orlando, FL, 32837
United States

+1 (407) 350-6088

Male voice-over artist and career marketing professional. Providing the voice to connect to your audience.



Voiceover Personas

Gender - Male

Vocal Range - Low, Mid

Vocal Description: Millennial, Clear, Hip, Friendly, Conversational, Believable, Animated, Engaging, Confident, Real-Person

Age Range - 20-50

Language - English (American)

Accents - No Accent, Southern, Urban


Real Person, Narrator, Commercial Promos, Announcer, Political, Audio Books, Network Promos, Corporate and Industrial Presentations, Movie Trailers, Documentaries, Educational Training Videos, Characters, Animation, Radio Imaging, Jingles, Video Games, Phone and Voice Message Systems and more...

Education and Training

Flagler College - B.A. Communications & Advertising

George Washington University - Master of Tourism Administration

Voiceover Training - Linda Nunez, Academy of Voice Studios


Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life ~ Confucius

I have over 15 years of marketing experience, specifically in brand management and advertising.  I've been fortunate enough to manage local, regional and national advertising campaigns for internationally recognized corporate brands such as Southwest Airlines and SeaWorld.   I've even written radio scripts and PSAs while working for the March of Dimes.  While my career has given me a variety of experiences, every time I was on a call or in-studio with voiceover talent helping to ensure our script was coming to life, I thought, "That has to be the best job in the word! I'm going to do that! "

What's unique is my brand marketing career has allowed me to digest the essence of a script, easily take direction to make the proper adjustments and give the script the personality it needs to capture the listener's attention.

The first clue of my future as a voiceover artist happened when I was 3 years old.  Apparently my voice was a bit deeper than most 3 year olds, so when a family friend heard it he asked my parents, "What's wrong with him?" My parents laughed and said, "Nothing, that's how his voice sounds."  I was lucky to not develop a complex.  

The second occurred in a radio communications class in college. As an assignment, we had to create a product and produce a radio ad for it.  Our team created Morgensen's Hot Sauce, wrote and produced an ad.  The tagline, "The Real Southern Style that Drives You Wild".  Hey, it was college!  After turning in our assignment, our professor said the only reason we did not get an "A" was because he didn't believe in giving A's.  WHAT?!  I guess 20 years later, I still want an "A" and that's when doing voiceovers became my dream.

If you ask my mom, she would probably tell you stories of me repeating movies and cartoons line-for-line, inflection-for-inflection or me spontaneously dancing in retail stores or impersonating my grandmother, who was a character herself (And that's what I do as an adult, so imagine me as a kid).  It's no wonder being a voiceover artist became my passion.

That's a little about me.  I look forward to learning more about you and how I can help.


Agency Representation

  • Benz Model & Talent Agency, Tampa, FL - Allison Kindle
  • Lily's Talent Agency, Chicago, IL - Calle Hack
  • Sunspots Productions, Ocoee, FL