Is a thought that’s appeared here a time or two before. I never cease to be amazed by the projects I get to work on from here in Charlotte, NC, USA.
I’ll post details about at least some of these in the not too distant future, but in the last 3 months I’ve narrated 2 documentaries that are being distributed on PBS, the trailer for a new animated Christmas special, podcasts for the Embassy of Austria’s Office of Science and Technology, imaging voice tracks for radio stations from Florida to Chicago and on out to San Francisco, e-learning modules about multi-function printer/fax/scanner devices from Canon, part of a short story SciFi audiobook collection, and national public service announcements encouraging parents to read to their children. And a bunch more stuff that I don’t want to bore you with.
Wow! This is so much better than working for a living. (And having grown up in the farm country of central Minnesota, I can tell you, I know what working for a living feels like.) So. Much. Better.