Camp Vox is coming to Atlanta for a one day youth voice acting workshop! Camp Vox is exclusively designed to educate kids and teens in the art of voiceover! During this one day event students will learn:
- Microphone Etiquette
- Audition Technique
- Commercial Script Analysis
- How to Create and Sustain Original Characters for Animation
Parents are invited to attend the last 30 minutes of class as Lisa Biggs will share her experience and expertise as a “kid” voice actor, and how to navigate the competitive waters of this exciting and lucrative industry.
Students will receive plenty of “mic time”. Recordings will be sent via email in an mp3 format to parents, following the class. We encourage the use of this audio as a sample or demo of the student’s voice acting abilities!
Date: December 14th from 1-5pm
1922 Piedmont Cir NE, Atlanta, GA 30324
Lisa Biggs is a full-time professional voice over actor & creator of Voxy Ladies. Lisa has been lending her unique sound to national campaigns & global brands for more than a decade. From animation studios and ad agencies to toy makers, Lisa’s voice is in demand for A-list clients around the world. You can hear Lisa’s voice in TV promos for Cartoon Network & Ion Television, running from zombies in Dying Light, and giggling as Cuddles My Giggly Pet Monkey. In 2014 alone, Lisa has voiced over 500,000 words as a little boy for various e-learning & narration projects for clients around the globe. When Lisa is not behind the microphone she enjoys making guacamole, snuggling with Banjo, her 75 pound Goldendoodle, and teaching voice acting to a very special group of students through the Frazee Dream Center.
Stanley Fisher is the creator of Voice Of Steel Productions (A Full Service Voice Over Company). He is a working voice actor with nearly two decades of experience behind the microphone. Stanley is also the director of production for Entercom Upstate. His acting background includes classical theater training through the New York Acting Ensemble, and Improv through Second City-Los Angeles
Stanley enjoys watching Ancient Aliens, consuming Trader Joe’s Cinnamon rolls (while watching Ancient Aliens) and critiquing voiceover he hears on TV, claiming “I can do better than that guy,” which gives him a temporary, false sense of superiority.