I'm a Dallas-based voiceover artist ready to lend you my voice.
I work in a professional in-home studio equipped for live sessions via VoIP or SourceConnect Standard, live playback, and real-time editing and feedback. With extensive experience in commercial and corporate projects, my voice has been featured in national TV and radio commercials, corporate videos, digital ads, e-learning content, medical explainer videos, IVR, and more.
My voice is very versatile! Here are just a few ways it's been described:
I have a wide voice age range, from young adult, to millennial or older millennial, to middle age. To see some of the final work used in TV and digital campaigns, check out my portfolio.
If you want to look more about what I do, or book me for a project, drop me a line.
EDITING & IMAGING
I create fully edited broadcast-ready audio, including post-production sound mixing and layering using an extensive library of royalty-free music and sound effects. Let's work together to accomplish your radio or podcast editing and imaging needs.
I'm happy to travel to any studio in the Dallas-Fort Worth area for an in-person or remote session, but my home studio is equipped to produce high-quality commercial audio, and capable of patching you in for a session:
Booth: A WhisperRoom optimized for voiceover
Mic: Rode NT1A
Software: Adobe Audition on a MacBook Pro Workstation
Preamp: Focusrite Scarlett Solo
Connectivity: Phone, VoIP, SourceConnect Standard, Conference Line, Meeting Platform (Skype, Zoom, Google Hangouts, Teams, etc.)
Features: Live playback and real-time editing
File Delivery: Google Drive, Dropbox, WeTransfer, or however you prefer
Turnaround: Whenever you need it!
"Bailey was very professional, a great communicator, had a fast turnaround, took direction very well, and sent files with excellent sound quality. "
"Really appreciated Bailey's professionalism and quick turnaround. It was a pleasure to work with her."
"Bailey was super responsive and accommodating to make any revisions I requested. I will definitely hire her again."