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Lisa Rice wrote this.

Voiceover work never bores. It’s one of many reasons I thoroughly enjoy my career. One day I’m asked to be credible and authoritative. Another more light-hearted and upbeat. The specs for the spot below asked for a female voice like we’re all used to hearing when asking our phone for help. Dispassionate, but semi-cheerful in a robotic way. Giving just the facts without caring about emotions on the other end of the phone.

My response? Your wish is my command!

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Lisa Rice wrote this.

In voiceover, every audition presents an opportunity. A chance to learn. A moment to shine. The possibility of earning income for bringing words to life.

Steve Harvey likens moments such as these to jumping. At times the parachute opens. At times not. But when it does, the free fall is glorious.

Take a listen.

Happy New Year 2016!

Lisa Rice wrote this.

“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice.” ~ T.S. Eliot

Christmas of Light

Lisa Rice wrote this.

Looking for something entertaining and inspiring to see this Christmas? Experience art come to life with Thomas Kinkaide’s Christmas of Light at the newly renovated Smoky Mountain Palace near Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. This live, original music celebration runs through January 2, 2016. Allow me to tell you more below…

Tech. Talk. Think.

Lisa Rice wrote this.

Can technology think? Why, yes, it can! Allow me to tell you more.

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