A snippet from Chapter 4 of Bram Stoker's 'Dracula', read by William Zsunkan for a special Halloween online reading.
I've been working in audio production for just about 20 years. My first gig was editing celebrity radio interviews for Clear Channel stations across the county. I quickly got involved in film production and post-production. I would work on set as a sound engineer as well as in post, editing/syncing/sweetening dialog. I've done ADR, foley and mixed several short films. Most of the editorial jobs that I get are BECAUSE I'm good with audio.
I've done a few audiobooks, mainly non-fiction. Since I do A LOT of corporate work, most of my long-form audio work has been for training purposes or technical manuals. I found the technical manuals to be the most and challenging because I had to make sure the flow of the dialog kept the listeners interest while maintaining the integrity of the information. My experience as a video editor helps me to visualize the dialog flow while I'm editing.
I have a small studio that is set up for VO and audio work. Working in the film industry gives me access to a bevvy of voice actors to make sure we get the right voice for a project. I also know several musicians and composers in case you'd like to add music to your project.
Bottom line: I enjoy doing audio work and take pride in what I do. I like to bring that same feeling of enjoyment and pride to my clients.
I've done a ton of corporate work. Here is my namedrop list: Walmart, AFLAC, Toyota, Clear Channel, Sonos, Progressive, and Lowes.