I wear a lot of hats. That's because I do a lot of things. I'm a spider squashing, monster-under-the-bed checking, model building, board game playing, working-man. I get called a lot of things too; Mr. Fix It. Weekend Handyman. Dad. Honey. Neighbor. Sometimes even Sir. I tinker, I craft, I fix, I care. I can grill a mean steak and yes, I even wear my favorite Star Wars apron while doing it. In many ways you can call me average – your everyday American dad and husband. But to my family and friends, I'm priceless.
There's a lot of call for regular guys in voiceover and that's just who I am. I don't put on pretenses or I try to be something I'm not, but like any good handyman, I do have a lot of different tools in my voiceover belt.
To say that my home-studio sounds fantastic is an understatement. I've been a professional sound guy for over 20 years so in addition to voiceover, my life is surrounded by all things audio.
Born in Los Angeles and raised in New Hampshire, I'm a long-time Nashville resident. That is when I'm not on the road touring with acts like Sugarland, Kenny Chesney, Christopher Cross, and others. Working with some of the biggest names in music is pretty dang cool. Have I ever let it go to my head? Not for a second (though I do get a little star stuck now and then). My audio engineering career has taught me humility, patience under pressure and that people are people no matter how much a seat in their front row costs. We're all here to earn an honest living and feel pride in a job well done.Let's get to know each other
"Heck, if any of my other clients are looking for a great male voice, I'm coming to you!!!"
– Heidi Baker
"He's brilliant!...I could listen to him read all day. He's truly gifted!"
– Pastor Rob Shepherd, Author
Even If You Were Perfect, Someone Would Crucify You
"Your voice is great!"
– Bob Cummings
"Chris provided us with fast timely service even with a tight deadline and came through with a well executed and professional radio advertisement."
– Adam Simpson
"The project sounds great and I appreciate your hard work."
– Dr David Herndon, Author
40 Days of Praise: A Hymn Devotional