There is a book I have meant to read for twenty-five years now. It is Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way. I may have waited a long time to read it, but as the pandemic continues and we feel overrun by new variants and bad news, there could not be a more perfect time to read a book that emphasizes the importance of creativity, self-care, and connection. read more…
Hey Voiceover Achievers! With the beautiful summer weather we’ve been having in Minneapolis, I’ve been gardening. I just planted the cutest little setup of lettuce, cukes, and basil for massive amounts of pesto, and squash for my zucchini fritters. read more…
Meet Dan, the voiceover aficionado who understands the production, interpretation, and instruction of VO read more…
Hello Voiceover Achievers! I hope you’re all staying healthy, happy, and hopeful as summer quickly approaches. The weather is warming up, and the vaccines are rolling out–the future looks bright! read more…
Professional voiceover actor. Viral TikTok star. Master food critic. There’s no one way to define Stefan Johnson.
Article by Anna Gilstrap
This VO Renaissance man creates a stir with his deep, rich voice wherever he goes. read more…
Anne Cloud. Sweet Gypsy Voiceover. Taking your story where you want it to go.
Article by Anna Gilstrap
Ever fantasized about living on the open road? Quitting your day job, selling your house, living in a van, and shaping your life into a never-ending road trip? It’s an idea that crosses the minds of many, but rarely comes to fruition. read more…
Being in-the-know can give you a competitive edge. Refocus your efforts to maximize your results.
As human beings, we crave authentic connection. We want to feel heard, inspired, understood, included, and informed.
As a voiceover talent, it is your job and passion to evoke these feelings – to effectively pull the copy off the page and truly speak to your listener. Whether it’s a radio ad for a new product; a TV promo for an upcoming series; a corporate training video for a healthcare company; or an audiobook narration for a New York Times best-seller, you use your voice to connect with your client’s audience.
Celia Siegel Management is celebrating its 16th birthday this month. We are toasting an amazing 16 years of branding, management, and marketing voice actors.
The holidays sure are different this year.
In most parts of the country, it’s cold out and we’re staying inside. Even so, all huddled up in our fleece, human relationships are still our life-blood.
It’s no secret that Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. Everyone who knows me knows how excited I get this time of year. The annual ritual of sharing a special meal with loved ones from near and far is one I treasure. I love having a houseful of guests and cooking the recipes I’ve perfected over the years as part of my annual tradition.
Because of COVID-19, we’re not wooing people in person like we used to.
So, if we’re not in-person at conferences, cocktail parties and industry events—how do we network?
Some people think branding is all about being liked, about smoothing over your rough edges, about hiding who you really are to win over others. In reality, the opposite is true. Branding is about standing out. The best brands are love-it-or-hate-it scenarios.
Think about the most famous people on the planet — Oprah, Donald Trump, Kim Kardashian, Cardi-B, Elon Musk. How do they make you feel?
Think about the brands you love. Apple? Amazon? Target? Wal-Mart? And then think about those you hate. Apple? Amazon? Target? Wal-Mart? How do they make you feel?
Why do they make you feel that way?
Today l want to talk about solving your clients’ problems. The state of the world today means people are facing a new set of challenges, and they need a new set of solutions. What do you bring to the table?
The VO market is very saturated, but when you own your position and live your brand, you become a problem-solver. You can lighten someone’s load by showing up for them in unexpected ways.
The past few weeks have been harrowing to say the least. People are grieving, afraid, worried, anxious — and for good reason.