Sometimes copy seems really straightforward, like there's clearly only one way it should be read. So what do you do when your agent wants 2-3 takes? In this workshop, we'll focus on ways to move from your first instincts. With one piece of commercial copy and one piece of animation copy, we'll share techniques, tips, and tricks on how to make multiple bold choices in every audition.
Robin Reed has been working as a VO artist in New York and Los Angeles since 2004. She has voiced over 30 national commercials, including spots for Campbell's Soup, GE Appliances, Swanson, Wheat Thins and more. Promo work includes Disney, Lifetime, HGTV, WE, and Oxygen. As a narrator, she's recorded books for Audible, and comedy news for The Onion, Yahoo, and Rooftop Comedy. Animation credits include Talking Tom (Google/Arx Anima), Word Girl (Scholastic/PBS Kids), The Croods (Dreamworks), and Office Buddies (Dan & Jason/Hornet).
Robin has directed VO and on-camera talent for Yahoo, teaches classes and coaches private clients.