By Stephanie Ciccarelli
May 20, 2010
Have you ever had an experience related to voice over that made a significant impact on you?
Recently Linwood Powell was invited to an event where the live announcing was provided by Steve Zirnkilton, the Voice of Law & Order.
Hear more about his experience now on VOX Daily and share your story, too!
Submitted by Linwood Powell
I had the greatest experience of my life on my birthday. Steve Zirnkilton (VO of LAW AND ORDER) invited me to this year's National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) here in Washington, DC to recognize police officers nationally.
But the real treat for me was observing Steve Zirnkilton live with the VO. It was AWESOME. I really enjoyed it.
A week later and I am still on a high from what I learned and this once in a lifetime experience. My head is still spinning.
The opportunity to meet this year's heroic officers (not just the winners of the awards; but some of America's Top Cops) was just the best. Also, I had the opportunity to meet John Walsh and some of the casts from NCIS, 24, and Law and Order.
Maybe you've had an experience directly related to your voice over career that gave you a boost. Can you think of anything that spurred you on to reach higher, achieve something or gave you more confidence in your abilities as a voice over artist?
Whether it was hearing someone speak, being mentored or taking part in an activity that rocked your world, these experiences are monumental and should be celebrated!
What's your story?
I'm looking forward to hearing from you!
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