Christi Bowen is an award winning voice talent with over 30 years experience in voice over and video production. A full time voice actor since 2011, Christi has developed a roster of clients all over the world and on many types of projects… from commercials and corporate narrations to e-learning modules and phone systems. She specializes in eLearning and also has a passion for political and automotive advertising. Her clients include L’Oreal, Walmart, General Mills, AAA Auto Club, Quaker Oats, IKEA, Philips and many more!
Christi has won 2 Voice Arts Awards for Political voiceover and her corporate narration work has garnered 3 The w3 Awards and 2 Tellys. She is also a Finalist for 2 Reed Awards and the winner of 2 Pollie Awards for Political voiceover.
Christi has been a guest speaker at numerous voiceover conferences. She’s taught at Faffcon, WoVOCon, VO Atlanta, One Voice Conference and virtual conferences too. She’s been a private coach for eLearning and the Business of Voiceover for 5 years. Christi is frequently asked to be a guest coach for workout sessions or a podcast guest. Her appearances include Mary Lynn Wissner’s Meet The Pros, EWABS, Ask Dave Anything with Dave Fennoy, VO School Podcast with Jamie Muffett and many more!
Brad Oxnam is a professional actor and voice actor with an MFA from the University of Southern Mississippi. He has 20+ years experience onstage, on screen, and behind the microphone. In addition to his performance career, he has taught acting classes at Middle Tennessee State University, Motlow Community College, the Southeastern Theatre Conference, and VO Atlanta.
Ever since stepping onto a stage at age 5, Kevin Kilpatrick had an unshakable desire to perform. Throughout his school years and into college, he was always acting; even attending college on a theatre scholarship. After college and a successful 18-year career as a radio personality, Kevin made the leap to full-time voice actor in 2005.
Today, Kevin is an Emmy-nominated and SOVAS award-winning voice actor, producer and coach. He’s known for his documentary work on National Geographic, REELZ and PBS. He’s voiced commercials for Aleve, Cracker Barrel Cheese, American Express, FedEx, Nutri-System and others. He’s proud to be a regular narrator for corporate clients Apple, Pepsi, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Pizza Hut, Kia Canada, Lowe’s and countless others.
When Kevin is not in the booth performing, he’s usually producing audio and video, or working with others as voice-acting coach. Having trained with elite acting coaches himself, Kevin is passionate about helping talent of all skill levels improve. Kevin Kilpatrick’s award-winning podcast, The Middle-Class VO Podcast, features stories, lessons and special guests, where all things voiceover are discussed.
The Audio Guy ” might be the easiest way of describing Sean Rogers. He’s a professional songwriter, producer and audio mixer, as well as a voice talent for commercial and kid-centric projects. When it comes to the world of VO, Sean frequently works alongside renown voice coaches, Lisa Biggs and Everett Oliver, to produce voice over demos for beginner and veteran voice talent alike. Some of his musical credits include: Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, The Oprah Conversation, ESPN, PBS, Saturday Night Live and more. His voice can be heard on the popular children’s podcast “Into The Portal”, and behind commercials for brands such as Dyson, Jack In The Box, 7-Eleven and countless others.
Spanning over three decades, Michael’s produced, cast, directed, engineered and/or written more radio and television spots than he can remember; fortuitously getting to work with such voice-acting legends as Mark Hamill, Billy West, Don LaFontaine, Jim Cummings, Grey DeLisle, Maurice LaMarche, Tara Strong, Roger Rose, Jess Harnell, Phil LaMarr, Fred Tatasciore, Gary Owens and Lori Alan (among many others).
A voice-actor himself (represented by Hollywood talent agency, DPN), he’s been heard on numerous campaigns for clients such as, Midas, McDonalds, A&E, Bayer, Justin Boots & Hyundai.
Enthusiastic about “all things audio,” from songwriting and film scores, to radio promos and voice-over demos, he’s always up for “what’s next?!”
J. Rodney Turner
After retiring from a 30-plus year career as an air traffic controller, J Rodney Turner wondered how he might best spend his time while retired. At the time, sitting around, enjoying life might have appeared to be a fine idea, but Rodney thought age 56 was a little young to allow the world to pass him by while he watched from the comfort of a rocking chair on his front porch.
Rodney, with help from his wife, Julie, did a little research and began to build a business centered on his voice. While he has experienced success in commercials and promos, the bulk of his success stems from his ability to tell stories through audiobooks, with over 190 titles to his credit.
Rodney also has a successful podcast, Audiobook Narration for Beginners, where Rodney interviews narrators and coaches from every experience level regarding their own personal journey into audiobooks. Rodney asks the questions all “newbies” want to know – how to get started, how to find coaches, how to benefit from in-person and virtual workshops and conferences, how to find work and how to be build a successful narration business.
When he’s not in the booth, Rodney spends his spare time taking care of things around the farm, in Portland, Tennessee – 35 miles due north of Nashville, with help from Julie and their teenage daughter, Rylie.