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More Awesome Voice Over Work

Well April is moving right along.  I was lucky enough to start out the month with a nice little video for Prysm, a visual work place solution. I got to go into the city of San Francisco and voice this cool project at Polarity. Then a couple days later I was lucky enough to voice another project for a Colgate B2B campaign, courtesy of ICKO Industries, that challenged dental offices to increase their purchases of Colgate tooth brushes and Colgate will donate a portion of sales to Make A Wish. I voiced the US campaign in February, this time around it was for Canada. Then along came a fun radio spot for Greater Nevada Credit Union from the folks at super cool Reno ad agency, KPS3. The radio spot was a challenge. The copy, at first, was :40 long for a :30 spot…problem!  I did my best to speed it up, but alas, it was just too long. So one of the creatives from the agency shot it back to me, re-written…and again, too long. We went back and forth and I tried my darnedest to make it work…until finally, they re-wrote it again and VIOLA:

So there we go. That was the start of my April this year. Not too shabby.

If you’re in need of a younger, hip, cool male voice, please hit me up. And if anyone out there just wants to chat about voice over, hit me up as well. I’m always happy to chat about it.

February-A month to LOVE voice overs!

Justin Gross AT&T T-Mobile LogoI am so psyched for February. I had the opportunity to do some amazing voice work this last January and it’s really made me enthusiastic for the month ahead. Justin Gross Voice Overs was kickin!

The month started out a little tepid. I’ll be honest. I voiced industrials for T-Mobile and IBM. Along with a little project for Haas Automation and a hospital organization in Maine. But then I booked a series of commercials for Century Link from my agent in Atlanta, Richard Hutchison, and then the month just took off! The Century Link spots were amazing. Very well put together by the folks at Peter Mayer in New Orleans. Then came a project for Gatorade, Ibanez Guitars, X-Box and Mystic Aquarium.

I was lucky enough to snag some Houston TV spots for the Houston Ballet thanks to my agents there and the amazingly talented producer, Katy Bomar. She is incredibly professional and talented. Check out her work at www.katybomarcreative.com. I can’t say enough great stuff about her.

I also voiced some projects for my favorite studio in Amsterdam. They are so kind to send work my way. They sent two VO gigs to me this month.

I really feel so lucky that I get to voice the projects that come my way. It’s such a privilege that producers and companies put their trust in me to voice their media projects. And I’m always thankful-incredibly thankful that they choose me. So I always make sure to put some “love” in my voice when I send my energy through my voice into their product. A huge heartfelt THANK YOU to those that gave me VO work this month.

When you’re looking for a younger male voice for your media project, look no further than Justin Gross. I’m here for you 24/7.

2014 to be very busy…

Microphone with headphones2013 was a fantastic year for Justin Gross Voice Overs.  I was fortunate enough to voice hundreds of projects last year. Yes, hundreds.  It’s hard to believe sometimes, but when I go over my VO booking log, the numbers don’t lie.  So I am very thankful for the numerous clients-producers-agencies-and creatives that put their trust in me to voice their media project.  Last year was great and I think 2014 will be just as fantastic!

I feel so fortunate to be able to voice projects around the country, and around the world.  I was lucky enough to continue to book jobs from my friends at a studio in Amsterdam and picked up a new client in Toronto.  So…yeah…that makes me an international voice over talent!  Haha! Sounds so fancy.

This January is already off to a great start.  I’m thrilled to have booked a chunk of TV spots for Century Link.  I’ve auditioned for these Century Link spots through my Atlanta agent for the last couple of years and never snagged even one of their spots!  So every time I would see auditions for Century Link, I’d do it and think to myself, “This time, they’re going to pick me!”  And can you believe it? They did pick me this time. Finally!  The session went great. We did nearly 2 dozen spots that day. The creative folks on this one were from Peter Mayer Advertising in New Orleans.  They were so awesome to work with. So professional, enthusiastic and kind. I loved it.

So when shall we work together?  When you need a younger male voice, say 20s-30s age range, give me a call, or one of my agents.  I promise that you’ll always get a professional, experienced and enthusiastic voice over talent when you hire me.  Plus, I’ll send you tons of positive vibes and thoughts!

Hit me up!  Justin Gross, Voice over actor;)