Wild View Wins Four Emmys

  On 14 May 2011 the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences New England chapter awarded four Emmys to Wild View, a documentary on New England natural history produced by Christian Munoz Donoso of Equilibrio Films and narrated by me.  The categories were Director/Post Production, Music Composition/Arrangement, Photographer-Program (Non-News), and Audio. There are currently […]

The Seasons at Yale’s West Campus

Yale University’s 136 acre West Campus, acquired in 2007, is 7 miles from downtown New Haven. It includes 20 buildings and plenty of open space. The university’s mission for West Campus: to strengthen science, medicine and engineering, and to promote the use of the natural areas for public education. They have created a series of […]

I Love Alaska

It pays to google one’s name once in a while to make sure things are under control out there in the universe.  I just found a film that I narrated but had never seen, about internet searches accidentally made public by AOL a few years ago.  The film was made by two very creative Dutch […]

Voice-over Networking: NATURE Edition.

You just never know what cool events are going to pop up in my little town. A few days ago I heard, rather at the last minute, that the local PBS station was hosting an evening with Fred Kaufman, Executive Producer of Nature. I love those shows, and documentaries are of course of great interest […]

Forgotten Ellis Island Picked Up by PBS

I just got word from Lorie Conway this morning that her film Forgotten Ellis Island has been selected by PBS “as a prime-time national special for late spring or early summer broadcast”. Elliott Gould narrated this documentary, and Bruce Miles, Drew Hadwal and I provided historical voices. You can read more about the film and […]

Forgotten Ellis Island.

This was an amazing day. I went with my family to the premiere of Forgotten Ellis Island, a documentary for which I recorded voice-over this past spring and summer. The premiere was held at the Ellis Island Museum on the island. A particular delight for me was to attend this screening not only with my […]

I’m just the narrator, but I have opinions too. Good ones.

Last weekend I attended a screening of a documentary that I narrated. I’ve been working with the filmmaker for 2 years so I was looking forward to seeing the finished product. As it turned out, I was disappointed. The film was energetic; the narration was slow-paced and dramatic in places. It didn’t fit. I had […]