Documentary Voice Over

I have voiced a number of documentary projects on subjects ranging from the natural world to history to social issues.

In documentary work, the job of the voice talent is to underscore the images and convey the emotion of the story in such a way that the audience is held captive.

Like a wonderful film score, a good documentary voice over does not draw attention to itself, but draws the viewer/listener into the narrative. Instead of voice OVER, I’ve often thought this form of narration might more aptly be called voice UNDER.

I was proud to narrate the English voice over for the documentary Propaganda, which was awarded the Founders Grand Prize for Best Film at Michael Moore’s film festival in Travis City. 

I had the pleasure of working in person with director, Slavko Martinov, to create the particular ironic and mesmerizing tone called for by this controversial film, whose on-camera narrator spoke in Korean.

Propaganda Documentary Voiceover


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Step One

Contact me here to request a quote

If you need a free custom demo, attach your script to help determine the right tone/pace/accent for your project.

Step Two

Once you approve my quote and send me your final script I record your project

You can leave me to record alone, as many clients do, or direct the session live via Source Connect, ISDN Bridge, Zoom or Skype.

Step Three


Your quote includes a free pickup session for any small changes you might need. Payment is due via PayPal, Stripe or bank transfer on completion of project.