Freelance Daily Life: What to do everyday to get consistent work!
Road map to voice-over work.
Today’s voiceover artist most likely works in several places: home studio, professional studios, occasionally someone else’s studio. Maybe they work while traveling with a traveling studio. This workshop will go in depth on how to organize your voiceover goals, how to commit to them, how to plan and spend each day (while getting the most out of it) and how to become a successful freelance voiceover artist.
- Social Media Best Practices
- Planning and accountability tools
Shana Pennington-Baird has been working in the Pacific Northwest theatre scene for twenty-four years. After receiving a BFA in Theatre from Stephens College, she toured internationally with the Missoula Children’s Theatre and settled in Seattle. Shana's voiceover clients include Microsoft, JP Morgan Chase, Verizon, Apex Learning, Mountain Credit Union, Illustrum Games and more. In and around the Seattle-area, Shana has worked with the Bathhouse Theatre, 5th Ave Musical Theatre, Oregon Cabaret, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Civic Light Opera, ACT Theatre, Icicle Creek Theatre Festival, Okoboji Summer Theatre, and Book-It Repertory.
When not locked in a small studio somewhere capturing the sounds of dying dolphins, you can find Shana scuba diving, camping, hiking and hanging out with her amazing husband, daughter and German Shepherd, Nova.
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