I’m such a bonehead. Never bothered to link these because I headed off to China for two years just before the launch.
Geoff’s Window Relocation Services: An advertisement in a series I wrote based on the Jim’s Group I would see all the time around Sydney. One of the voices is mine.
A great new product. And useful, too! I’m the announcer.
I wrote this episode of the Police Blotter w/ McGuff, the Crime Pup. My buddy Carlos from Three Post makes a guest appearance.
Geoff’s Home Screw Tightening Services: An advertisement in a series I wrote based on the Jim’s Group I would see all the time around Sydney. My voice is in there, too.
An interview with the inventor of a homemade rival to the Google Glass.
Gary Gaffney always covers sports. I do all the voices of the athletes in this update.
An advertisement for Vanessa’s Aggressive Driving School. My voice.
Local news segments throughout the hour with Glen Landsdorf. I wrote this particular episode, and did one of the voices.
One of our political ads for the upcoming WiFi Total Radio podcast. My voice.
One of the regular segments every hour on the show: Tech Minute with Harry Rowley. I wrote this particular episode, and did the voice for Nelson.
Thursday nights have been the typical nights for recording segments of the upcoming WiFi Total Radio podcast. I feel I’ve been *very* supportive in recruiting new voice talent to the cause, but tonight I think my cohort and the “brain” behind the project was just a bit too excited about our fresh meat and their contribution.
I felt a bit under-appreciated.
What better way to soothe the burn than with a traditional blog-post/whine.
Since my return to the US this past March, I’ve been doing some scriptwriting and voice work for a friend’s pet project. The friend is a TV personality here in North Carolina, and the project is a parody of talk radio which will be streamed online later this year. Recording and producing for the first season is about 85% complete.
Below is a sample of some of his earlier recordings, before I was involved, but you can get an idea of the theme and content.