By Stephanie Ciccarelli
November 27, 2012
In a world where most voice actors work alone from home recording studios, one man sees the often solitary business of voice acting through the lens of community.
What does the online voice-over community mean to you?
Are you connected?
Watch this video of Istanbul-based voice artist, Andy Boyns, as he shares how you can still be in community with other voice talent by being part of the voice-over family online.
Voice artist Andy Boyns is a great supporter of the voice-over community. In the interview below, Andy discusses the phenomenal affect online resources and community have had on him as he journeys in his voice-over career.
Andy also conveyed in a separate interview how Voices.com's global outreach and presence provides an additional sense of community supported by a generous willingness to interact with voice artists, genuinely listening to talent concerns and ideas.
Andy Boyns is a British voice actor, originally from London, England, and currently based in Istanbul, Turkey. His voice literally flies the world on inflight documentaries, and can be heard on countless corporate videos, documentaries, commercials, and other projects. He is an active member of several voiceover social networking groups and is a firm believer in the principal whereby if you keep seeking opportunities, you are bound to succeed. He is married and a proud father (his six year old son, William, is also an international voice artist!). Andy also teaches English to Turkish students preparing for their university studies.
What kind of an impact has the voice-over community had on you?
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