LET’S TALK ABOUT CRAIG
Graduating with a Bachelor of Science in 1990, Craig was back in radio at his hometown station. He was now operations manager, handling an eight hour evening shift and doing administrative work. In the fall of 1991, a friend convinced him to move to the Washington, D.C. area for more experience. A career detour the next three years found him working for two well respected audio visual firms in various positions, supplying major hotels with equipment and services for their business meetings. Eventually though, he found himself back in front of a mic at the National Federation of the Blind in 1994 holding the staff position of Studio Coordinator: the one man production team responsible for recording, editing, and mastering hours upon hours of books and magazines for the members of the organization.
By 2004, things had changed quite drastically. Starting a popular swing band, marriage and “settling down” to raise kids brought him back to Washington, D.C. Fate stepped in and offered Craig a chance to not only expand his VO skills but engineer sessions for other producers and artists. Buying the studio of John Burr Productions in Bethesda in June of that year and renaming it Metrovoice Media, he was officially in business for himself. Pretty soon he was working with clients like Oak Grove Technologies, WeLocalize, Antenna Audio, Cortina Productions, Springbrook Productions, Planet Vox, MacMillan Audio and many more.
Not only does Craig offer high quality voiceovers, but studio rental, full audio and video production services, plus talent casting for multi voice jobs. Being a quadruple threat musician (piano, guitar, trumpet, vocals, arranging) has come in handy for the creation of production music for BMG/Selectracks Music Library, used in TV shows like The Vampire Diaries.
The studio. The equipment. The voice. Only one word sums it up: qualified. Craig can help you with your VO needs and so much more!