Voiceover - My Favorite Part

Lisa Rice wrote this.

Between auditioning, marketing and doing the business of voiceover, I actually get to do voiceover… my favorite part of the job. Here’s a sampling of what I’ve been up to. It’s a joy collaborating with production companies worldwide!

The Georgia Commuter App is an easy (and lucrative) way to earn money.

Instead of taking hours, now Avaya users can check the health of their solution in minutes.


Lisa Rice wrote this.

Although idioms occur in all languages, the English language is estimated to have at least twenty-five thousand. This can make learning it troublesome. These groups of words with figurative or sometimes literal meanings have been borrowed from various areas of life. Phrases such as “running around like a chicken with its head cut off” or “putting all our eggs in one basket” originated with farming. Financial advice is full of them. In fact, I wrote an entire blog post using them here. Blacksmithing has generated some, too. Take a look below:

The Magic of You

Lisa Rice wrote this.

In voice over, one of the foremost things every talent can bring to a project is themselves. Literally. We each come fully loaded at birth with an incredible package of uniqueness. Combine our life experiences, personality and individual perspective and one script can be interpreted multiple ways.

If you’re not familiar with biometrics take a moment to learn more here. The movie Minority Report highlights ways this technology might be used with advertisers in the future. See the short snippet below.

But before you go there, treat yourself to the fascinating information from this TED talk. You are “fearfully and wonderfully made”. Each of us can rejoice in this fact!

Get Your Funny On!

Lisa Rice wrote this.

I stumbled across an article on Discovery’s neuroscience page that confirmed much of what I probably already knew about laughing. It’s good for us! In fact, there are 10 Reasons Why Laughing Is Good for You. And why not enjoy a good laugh? There are way too many things in this world making us sad, mad, and frustrated. I’m all about keeping my head out of the sand when it comes to current events, politics and real-world problems but I also like to smile, laugh and enjoy the funny. Dare you not to laugh at at least one of the videos below.

Kute Kitty Kommercial

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This Furkids spot might have been low budget but it’s still witty and fun. According to the website, Design Taxi, spokesman Paul Preston isn’t a professional comedian but a contractor with his own property management company who improvised on camera. In fact, the entire spot was shot in only 30 minutes. I like the line, “2016 models are windows compatible.”

Take a look. Lots of feline fun for sure!

Source: Furkids "low-budget" commercial wins over the internet! by Furkids on Rumble

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