Irish / Spring Update

If you’re lucky enough to be Irish, you’re lucky enough. Regardless of your heritage I hope this day – and every day – finds you well and with a smile.  And if you find you’re in need of a narrator for a project – as luck would have it – I’m just an email away. …

Fall Speed Ahead

I trust this finds you well and embracing everything that is autumn.  All is well and, well, it’s fall.  So here are some highlights from summer:   a)    Family trip to Germany, Austria & Ireland b)    Voice over projects listed below c)    Purchased a winning lottery ticket to pay for ‘a’.  Fingers crossed.  * *…

Gold Digging with NatGeo

Dillon (6.96 yrs) & Teaghan (9) * * * * * A we prepare to nog some eggs and fire up the chestnuts here’s hoping you can spend time with family and friends over the holiday season. Whatever you celebrate may it be full of joy, happiness & peace.  Thank you for being an important…

VO Acting – From Screams to Screens

After coming off a winter that was one wicked slice of the ice age for epic snow, cold, wind, e-t-t-t-cetera, I’m here to report my newsletter-typing digits have sufficiently thawed due to how HOT these featured voice-over items were.  Ok, really warm.  Would you believe…tepid? (Ed. note: thank you Maxwell Smart for inspiration – applicable…

Irish Eyes Smiling

Today the world is a little greener in celebrations of Ireland’s patron saint.  May warm wishes help you usher in springtime & put a spring in your step. Sláinte!  (To your good health) * * * * Dillon O’Shea (6) & Teaghan O’Shea (8) The junior members of  imedge communications with their smiling Irish eyes. …

Getting Lucky on ABC

 I trust you’ve settled into your glorious routine by now and hope you had an enjoyable summer.  We embarked on weekend road trips through July & August here in big, beautiful Ontario, Canada and took the kids everywhere from Niagara Falls to Bridal Vail Falls, Manitoulin Island, for a week.  Fun (lots).  Sun (partially).  Ice…

Nostalgia Voice Over

 Hope you’re keeping cool and enjoying summer.  It was a bumpy start for us when the youngest member of our team broke his arm on the second day of sport camp! The cast may not have tickled going on – but it had Dillon (5) in stitches coming off. * * * * * *…