I’ve finally taken the plunge and created my own VO site
I’ve already got my name in for one as I use ProTools SE now. I’m intrigued to see how I can put this to use on my Win 8 machine.
Having a loved one that struggles and lives with dyslexia, I am so inspired when I hear or read stories like this about successful people who have overcome this condition. It gives me hope for them and and lets me know that they can themselves find ways to help themselves moving forward in life. I would love that they would enjoy doing voice overs as much as I do. The following video shares a story that gives such great insight and I love his outlook. At 8:28 is my favorite part.
Just beginning explore Understood.Org .
I’m so inspired by this video on how I can donate my skill and service to helping those with Dyslexia.
If you have a loved one that struggles with reading and writing, I hope you find the above video helpful.
I always love to hear from past clients when they need a voice for a project. Dan Britton from SilverFox Productions ( http://www.sfprod.ca/ ) is one of those clients that came calling again. Dan has thrown a lot of work my way over the years and I am always grateful to be able to work with him again.
He’s an absolute pro and a genuinely great guy to work with on any project.
Here is the latest project we did. Thanks for the work, Dan. Always a pleasure!
Its been done, decided and we move on to a new chapter in New Brunswick history with a new government to lead us for the next 4 years. One that had parties championing the small business guy. I made an honest effort to ask all the parties involved (twice in some cases) if they use small businesses in the province of New Brunswick to produce their campaign messages for print, radio and television. (The way the question was phrased was posted previously on this blog.)
I was truly disappointed to receive only two confirmations of use of local vendors. 2 out of 5 took the time to respond.
Out of the 5, only the NB NDP and the People’s Alliance took the time to answer and confirm they were sourcing local vendors for their media work. Neither the NB Liberal party, the NB PCs nor the NB Green Party replied.
It was a pretty simple question. Thanks to the 2 parties who took the time to respond. As for the other three, the next four years should speak volumes as to how you support small business.
So, its been about a week since I posed the question:
“I have a question regarding your media campaign production. How much of your ad production for print, radio, and TV is actually done by talented people in NB? I am asking the same question of the A, B, C, D and F , as well. Thanks, Rick”
I received only 2 answers from 5 of the political parties running candidates in the province, as noted in my previous blog post. This was a question regarding how they made use of NB based companies or individuals. Only 2 took the time to answer and 3 others could not. Or can’t.
The Parties running in this election are listed below and have their order listed in no way indicates whether they answered or not, or my personal preference as to whom I may vote for:
So, when that party candidate or party leader starts extolling the virtues of NB small business, maybe you should be asking how these organizations actually utilize local business. Seems only 2 of 5 cared to reply, or could.
Feel free to share your thoughts.
See you at the polls! Be sure that you vote! It does make a difference, that day and everyone until the next election.