By Stephanie Ciccarelli
October 13, 2006
Garth Collins, narrator of NASA's History of Flightâ€ series and Microsoft Vista's promo videos, joins forces with the industry leading voice marketplace, Voices.com.
Garth Collins, the voice of several blue chip companies, started his voice-over career while working in broadcast radio as an on-air talent. A video producer, who heard Garth on air, requested that he narrate a video for him, thus commencing Garth's career as a professional narrator and voice-over service provider.
Many people know Garth's voice from television documentaries, particularly the TV documentary Bound By Courage (The 9-11 Story),â€ and for voicing a series of Intel television commercials featuring the singer Seal. Garth Collins had made a name for himself in the narration arena as well as in the commercial realm.
Garth was recently chosen to be the narrator for NASA's "History Of Flight" series and the narrator for the launch of Microsoft Vista's promotional videos. Just yesterday afternoon, Garth completed a project for electronics giant Panasonic, lending his vocal talents to their line of Toughbooks Laptops.
Garth Collins has a voice that you will readily recognize as one that you know and trust.
Garth is currently developing an online community for professional voice talent and creative business owners to discuss the voice-over industry, giving them an opportunity to sound off on issues related to voice-overs. The Sound Offâ€ forum will be launched sometime in Fall 2006.
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