After a decade in the Air Force as an aircraft mechanic and then a weather forecaster, I moved back to my home state of New Hampshire and started working as a radio meteorologist. What a thrill to combine broadcast work with my love of weather! I delivered radio forecasts throughout the country, from Boston to Palm Springs, and even the Caribbean. I provided live forecasts and interviews for Associated Press and was selected as the afternoon weather voice for Bloomberg Radio in New York City.
My forecasting work transitioned to ski resort forecasting which led to radio ski reporting for even more radio stations across the country. Voicing commercials, promos, and corporate projects eventually followed, and I’ve been privileged to have worked with many clients like SAP, Nationwide, Carl’s Jr., Nikon, University of Illinois, AAA, McDonalds, and the NH State Liquor Commission.
New Hampshire is still my home with my wife and two boys. We grew into a hockey family watching our oldest son play while I helped coach a little. When I am not behind the microphone, I can be found behind a drum set playing for a few local NH bands. I’ve also enjoyed competing in mud obstacle races over the years as well as marathon Tough Ruck marches supporting our fallen service-members. While I love scenic motorcycle rides, boating, skiing, and hiking, there’s nothing like wrapping up a grubby day of yardwork with some charcoal grilling on the deck.
As a member of the World-Voices Organization (formerly the Society of Accredited Voiceover Artists, SAVOA), rest assured that you’ll receive quality sounding recordings from a proven professional. Solid work ethics based on a decade of Air Force service will ensure your project is done quickly and professionally. As a full-time voiceover, my turnaround time for most projects is normally same-day (1-2 days for longer projects) and I have almost immediate email responses to help you manage your projects more effectively. Finished voice tracks can be produced with music and sound effects if preferred.
“Labor Omnia Vincit”