Jason brings professionalism, lightning-fast turnarounds, and a friendly attitude (not to mention his deep, engaging, textured voice) to projects for hundreds of clients, both in the US and abroad. He’s been a trusted voice for Infiniti, DISH, Valvoline, UFC, Hyatt, Skechers, PING, Prestone, Chipotle, and many others.
Bringing decades of experience as an actor, both on the mic and on the stage, Jason studied theatre in school and has performed on Broadway, in Vegas, and throughout the US and Canada. He knows how to connect with an audience and tell a story – YOUR story.
He works out of his broadcast-quality home studio in Seattle, WA, and is available for same-day turnaround service or to connect via SourceConnect, Skype, ipDTL, phone patch, etc for a directed session.
“Boy Jason has a range. I’ve been doing this for over 3 decades. When I heard his demos, I wasn’t even sure it was the same person from take to take.” – Ted Trautwein, Chief Creative Officer – Ministry of Persuasion.
Nike, Infiniti, DISH, Optimum, Valvoline (2016 American Advertising Awards Silver Medal), Texas Tech, PING, VidAngel, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (National), Clarion Hotels, Hyatt, Raymond Lift Trucks (voice of) and many more.
Seattle, WA – USA
DATE OF BIRTH
31 March 1982
50% of original budget
30 days after delivery
LET'S WORK TOGETHER
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All voiceovers are carefully edited on Izotope RX and delivered to the highest standard.
Saliva & Breathing.
We edit the recording carefully to remove sounds of saliva and breaths.
Compression and Equalization
Compression consists of dynamic control of the voice over. Receive uniform audio with better intelligibility. We equalize all the phrases in order to guarantee the perfect balance between clarity and “body”.
Unlike most voice actors that provide MP3, we deliver our audio in high definition (WAV or AIFF 48Khz 24bits). Quality first.
Do you need a specialized effect, pitch shift or acceleration? Leave it to us.