I did the voice over for this informative video on housing (and living) in Copenhagen!
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I was recently hired to do a voice-over for ŠKODA MOTORSPORT, highlighting the car’s performance during a very intense rally in Turkey.
I was recently hired to do voiceovers for the official Chicago Bears’ Twitter and IGTV, in a short series of videos inspired by the Pop-up Videos of the 90’s:
I understand why someone might look at all the pain and suffering and cruelty in the world, and ask that question. If God is love, why would a loving Father allow His children to suffer? …Or, at the very least, why not stop some of the very worst attrocities?
My dad once said that when he became a new parent, he discovered a whole new capacity for love, like a new heart that he’d never used before, but had been saved just for this purpose. That’s exactly what it’s like.
I recently ran across a song I wrote when I found out we would be having twins. It’s an incredibly cheesy poem, wherein I fantasize about all the fun adventures I’ll be having with the twins: running around and rough-housing, the projects we’d work on together, the conversation’s we’d have… the fun experiences I’d introduce them to.
A friend, who has been suffering from a painful illness for the past few years, was recently advised that healing had not yet come because of a lack of faith, and a lack of speaking as though the illness had already been cured. I was asked for my perspective on healing.
It’s a difficult topic, and one I struggle with myself sometimes, but here’s what I’ve concluded:
I absolutely believe in healing, because I absolutely believe in miracles.
I got to do some character voices for two of the most difficult games at an escape room company in the Bay Area: A creepy, insane clown voice for a game called “Joker’s Asylum,” and a prisoner in “The Penitentiary.”