After my darling wife Cinda and I got home earlier today from Faffcon 4 in California, I was talking with my Dad (who’s been here visiting to help keep an eye on things at home for us) about what the experience was like. What follows is a little of what I was telling him.
The greatest thing about Faffcon is the time with people who really understand what our crazy life in voiceover is like. Sitting around a circle of comfortable chairs, talking with old friends and new about business and life and family and hopes and dreams and fears and everything else that can possibly come up in conversation is something so wonderful it defies description.
The bond that forms at Faffcon is suprising in its speed and depth. Such is the power of shared experiences.
It’s going to be some time before registration is open for Faffcon 5 October 2012 in Charlotte. Think long and hard about where you are in your voiceover journey. If you’re a working pro, think seriously about joining us. Please.