By Stephanie Ciccarelli
July 22, 2014
Are you looking for ways to become more valuable to your clients? Jamie Hill shares a number of tips and observations that can help make your offerings as a professional voice talent superior to other service providers. Be attentive, be courteous and be relatable! If you're trying to go from part-time voice acting to a full-time career as a voice over artist, Jamie shares what steps to take and encourages you to go for it.
Jamie Hill truly enjoys voice over, as a passion and full time career. She is a "people person," and this confidence and love of people comes through in her voice work. Jamie brings hard work, dedication and professionalism to everything she does.
Jamie was always been told that she has a naturally excellent voice, which is why she's in such demand. Several years ago she started to look into using it professionally. Right away she got very positive feedback, which further encouraged her. She's had the privilege to work high profile domestic and international clients, including Toyota, Microsoft, Amazon, Garnier, AT&T, Nike, 3M, JetBlue Airways, Honda, Burger King, Kellogg's, PetSmart and many more.
Jamie continues to train and attend various workshops and seminars, as well as consulting and coaching voice actors who are new to the business. She believes that ongoing professional development is key to success.
Jamie is also a AAA-rated beach volleyball player and tournament director. She lives in Los Angeles and enjoys traveling, golf, snowboarding and spoiling her dog Chip.Related Topics: Jamie Hill, lesson, podcast, value, versatility, voice acting, voice-over
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