I’ve been doing this voice-over thing for quite a few years now.  And after working on hundreds of projects I’ve learned a few things along the way.

But wait.  Before we go any further if you want to listen to my commercial demo please feel free to click here.

I know that my voice won’t be a fit for every project.  But if you think that my voice might be right for your script here’s what I can promise:

1) I’m good at taking direction.  I can provide you with a range of approaches based on your needs.  I usually can figure out what you’re trying to say even when it’s really hard to describe.

2) I’m a smooth sight reader.  This is especially helpful for keeping long scripts flowing and conversational.

3) I’m flexible with time. I can always speed up or stretch out a script without losing the intention.

4) I have a neutral accent.  Sure, I can give you either a Boston or New York accent if you need it, but my default setting is accent-less.

But enough of my yappin’, here are some radio spots for you to listen to:

Comcast/Showtime TV
Fallon Community Health Plan
Franklin Park Zoo
Laconia Savings Bank
Maine Tobacco Help Line
New England Aquarium
Northeastern University
Webster 5 Bank

The truth is, I love doing voice-overs and I relish a creative challenge.  I’m friendly, professional and usually well-groomed.

I have a studio set up in my house (Adobe/Mackie/Rode) so I can fully produce high-quality audio for you or I’d be happy to come to your favorite recording studio.

You can contact me at blum.mitch@gmail.com.  Thanks for the consideration.