By Stephanie Ciccarelli
August 9, 2012
Ever wondered what it takes to be successful at Voices.com? Voice over coach and talent J. Michael Collins interviews Zack Taylor, one of the busiest working talent on the site, to learn more about what he's doing to win jobs and his approach for auditioning via the online voice-over marketplace.
As an industry-leading voice talent and coach, J. Michael Collins is able to call upon a wealth of experience and accumulated knowledge to provide his clients with the very best product possible. Throughout his career, he has dedicated himself to providing voiceovers of superior quality to all of his clients, large and small. From advertisements for major corporations such as Coca Cola and McDonald's, movie trailers for worldwide release, television documentaries, Fortune 500 corporate narration, and audio-books, to promos for the local pizza place, his experience with a wide range of clients allows him to expertly create a perfect product for them, whatever their needs.
Zack Taylor is known for both his clear and articulate voice and his passion for bringing a client's vision to life.
He has a wide range of styles from conversational "guy next door" to hard sell pitchman, and has a relatable sound that works for everything from fun and friendly explainer videos to technical and medical e-learning.
His credits include such well-known brands such as AOL, Cisco, Swatch, Intel, Oracle, HP, Mobil, Chicago Tribune, Bank of America, Nissan and Planet Hollywood, and his client-based focus keeps them coming back again and again.
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