A lifelong performer, Scott is an American actor, working mainly as a male voice-over talent. He’s also been a musician (singer/programmer) and a marketer in the Silicon Valley tech scene. Nowadays, he’s behind the mics day and night and mainly does short- and mid-form work: corporate/industrial, commercial, character, and promo reads.
Based in Northern California, Scott works for producers and clients all over the world and across time zones regularly from home studios in San Francisco and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Otherwise, he works onsite at dedicated commercial studios in the Bay Area and Los Angeles as needed.
For live-directed recordings, Scott defaults to Source-Connect Pro with ISDN bridging partners if needed, but other platforms like Zoom and phone patches are also supported. He can use whatever, whether hosted on your end or his.
Easily specify your preferred technology (or another CA studio if you’ll need him to come to you) when you book a session.
ISO: Custom-built vocal booth, ~STC 52 Mics: Sennheiser 416, Neumann U87AI with InnerTube option Rigging: Revelation 600 series hardware I/O: Digi002R Rev H, Black Lion Audio Signature Series mod DAW: Avid ProTools Studio 2022 via iMac Pro Private network (hidden, VPN); ProRemote LE & ProTransport Bandwidth: mbps (up/down) 17/588 External quiet drives, local and remote backups; E2E encrypted Mobile (rarely): Centrance Mixerface / MicPort Pro via iPad / MacBook 100% paperless workflow Electricity generated via renewables Carbon-negating web host
While he normally works just as Talent, Scott can also cover such if needed, and Client budgets allow. Not mixing or full production, though. For now, at least, he can’t mix his way out of a paper bag.
NDAs are daily routine. What doesn’t come out of Talent’s mouth (and when) is as critical as what does. Subterreign Media, Scott’s parent company, carries coverage that normally meets or exceeds Clients’ requirements. He’s able to meet the needs of even the strictest of security protocols and is familiar with regulatory standards like HIPAA, FINRA, and GDPR.
Requirements vary per project and account. Every engagement is custom quoted and negotiated, but always clearly and competitively because hiring a professional actor should always be easy and low-drama. Please get in touch to discuss your needs. Looking forward to connecting!
Whenever Scott’s booked through his representation, they handle any and all money stuff. Otherwise, his work is normally billed by Falcon Paymasters with payments due within Net 14 days, and late fees of up to 2% kicking in after 10 days overdue.
Alternatively, if you’d need to stick to your default payroll company, you can onboard Scott as a vendor directly. He’ll bill you via his own system on Net Negotiable and report his work to the guild come tax season, with the only trade-off being a more stern policy regarding late payments: Being a commercial actor is within the extreme sports of freelancing, so cash flow is kinda a big deal.
Scott’s been short-listed? Great! Feel free to let us know or book a time slot to have him stand by. There’s no charge for cancellations until after casting has been finished and session fees have been approved.
NB!!! Early Access for one of the games I’ve worked on this year will be coming out in a few days. It’s an MMORPG and this afternoon I just received an Early Access code. It’s for playing the game via Steam