I think variety is one of the primary services I can provide my clients. I don't ask them to pick 'A, B, or C' but I listen to how they describe themselves and I craft my performance to convey their message. My work as a copywriter has sharpened that skill, and made me more effective as a copy-reader.
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) October 5, 2008
Simplica wanted a British accent. Vital Insight Group asked for "Dry and Sarcastic". Swiftwick wanted to sound "Happy and Bright" while Langocity sought a more "Educated and Professional" sound. What do all of these discerning companies have in common? They all hired Vicki Amorose to record their voice overs and help them brand their company with the human voice.
Voice actress Vicki Amorose understands a company's need to brand themselves distinctly and she knows how to follow direction. Providing her clients with voice-over performances embodying a wide range and undeniable wit, Vicki is able to help shape the public's perspective of the companies she works with, making them sound the way they feel and sharing that sound with others. To illustrate her versatility, Vicki performed the comic role of a fairy with a bad temper for Toons Furnishers in the United Kingdom, and then quickly switched gears to exude a sincere and very personal tone for Oregon Clinical Research and PeaceHealth Medical.
Amorose revealed, "I think variety is one of the primary services I can provide my clients. I don't ask them to pick 'A, B, or C' but I listen to how they describe themselves and I craft my performance to convey their message. My work as a copywriter has sharpened that skill, and made me more effective as a copy-reader."
Recently, Vicki Amorose provided voice-over for the feature length documentary film, Training Rules. With a release date of 2009, Training Rules examines the rough and tumble both on the field and off of women's collegiate sports. Working with Academy Award nominated filmmakers, Amorose shares narration responsibilities and also performs the voice of one of the film's central characters. Training Rules tells a timely and significant story and will find a national audience on the documentary circuit.
About Vicki Amorose
Vicki plays many real life roles as well as acting roles. She is a mother, wife, fine arts painter, copywriter and voice talent. Vicki defines herself as an artist whose goal is communication. She graduated from University of Michigan with a degree in Art History, where writing skills were key to her success. Then she attended the Academy of Art San Francisco, where she won awards for sculpture and performance art. Vicki worked in public relations for a major recording studio, and found herself behind the microphone when needed. Her theatre background with the Nuclear Beauty Parlor acting troupe and her 'real job' client skills eventually led her to create her own voice-over business. Copy writing developed as a natural outgrowth of reading all those scripts. Vicki is often described as multi-talented, and she proves daily that artists can be very reliable.
Recent clients include Peachtree Lending, Toons Furnishers UK, Oregon Clinical Research, Simplica, Swiftwick, Vital Insight Group, Langocity, the voicing of TV commercials for Comcast On Demand in Florida, Tennesse, New Mexico and California, Remax Equity Group and Reading World Program.
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