VOICEOVER/RADIO
As a professional voiceover artist and narrator, I've had broad experience in all aspects of commercial production, public recitation, and concert narrations. Here are some samples:

NEW!  Character Voice Demo:  Click HERE for this 1:23 demo of various character voices

Commercial demo samples:
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Afrin (spokesperson)
Disney On Ice

(high energy promo)

First Federal (real guy, natural)
Honda Accord (character, geeky)
Kodak Film (warm and fuzzy tag)
Narrative/Industrial demo samples:
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Belgian tourism  
Museum Acoustiguide  
Pharmaceutical Packaging (for CTS Industries)
Documentary Narration (a brief excerpt from the Telly Award-winning documentary, “Fanfare”


Additional reels available on request
Radio Hosting (commercial classical, public radio classical, public radio news, American big band standards), Museum Acoustiguides, documentary excerpts

Some recent projects include:
On-camera:
       Public Service Announcements for Hepatitis C Awareness
       VISA Fraud Awareness for Thunder Valley Casino
       ORACLE Corporation
Print:
       Hewlett Packard
Voiceover:
       Princess Grace Awards
       Compusystems, Inc.
       The Reagan Library
       The Beautiful Man
       Portrait of the artist: Andrea Zittel
       This is CTS

In addition, I have narrated such children's orchestral classics as "Tubby the Tuba," "Peter and the Wolf," and "Babar the Elephant," as well asPersichetti's "Lincoln Address" and Copland's "A Lincoln Portrait"

WNYC Radio
"From 2000-2002, I was a member of the on-air announcing staff of WNYC Radio, a National Public Radio affiliate in New York, and "America's most-listened-to Public Radio Station."

"Serendipitously, in the fall of 2000 a time capsule was discovered in a door frame during the rehabilitation of Brooklyn College's Boylan Hall. In addition to assorted deeds, coins, newspapers, and textbooks, was this photo of FDR at the building's dedication, broadcast live on WNYC. At the time, I was working for the Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College, as a member of the flute faculty…a timely discovery indeed!]"

"WNYC's broadcast studios are located high in the landmark Municipal Building in downtown Manhattan, at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge, and a block away from City Hall. The building is also a mere five blocks from the former World Trade Center ."

"Here's a photo taken from just outside the entrance to the Municipal Building (where WNYC's studios are located), taken prior to 9/11. The beautiful Woolworth Building, once the tallest in the world, is dwarfed by the World Trade Center towers. Here's that same view today, with the Woolworth Building once again the tallest building in lower Manhattan.

You can also hear David’s interview/performance on WNYC’s SoundCheck at the Flute/Voice link on this site.

WNYC sound clips:
HEAR a sample of David…
- as substitute host for “Evening Music
- offering a news report
- having reported news stories aired on “Morning Edition

“In the spring of 2002, my partner and I moved to San Francisco, and I joined the announcing staff of public radio station KALW 91.7 www.kalw.org.  KALW is the oldest FM signal west of the Mississippi, which took to the airwaves in 1941 as an educational station operated by the San Francisco Unified School District. 

“The station broadcasts a wide variety of programming from NPR and the BBC, and maintains a strong commitment to locally-produced news and information programming.  It is a rarity among public radio stations today, in that it broadcasts a variety of music programs as well.  I am often asked to substitute for the classical music program “Then & Now,” and am co-host and co-producer for “Out in the Bay,” a radio magazine of topics of interest to the gay and lesbian community.  You can hear some of our archived shows here: www.outinthebay.com.


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