"I've known and worked with Doug for many years; he’s an extremely versatile and effective communicator who consistently delivers desired results, that rare voice talent whose range is limitless. Whether you're looking for someone to pitch a product or to deliver complex medical terminology in a clear and understandable way, Doug -- from silly to serious -- is your man!"
-Terry Colbert, Multimedia Producer
Bristol-Myers Squibb (Lawrenceville, NJ)
On location OR from his home recording studio.
Many adjectives have been used to describe Doug's voice: inviting, trusting, rich, distinctive and soothing.
Some say it's the type of voice you could listen to
all day and not grow tired of.
Doug is extremely thorough when it comes to dissecting a script, deciding quickly what tone, pace and emphasis to use. A stickler for detail, he makes certain that his listeners not only understand his every word, but promises that every syllable will be heard!
It's no wonder that he specializes in voicing projects in which clarity is crucial. Training programs, for example. Doug has recorded literally thousands of hours of training for hospital employees all across the country.
His friendly, yet authoritative style resonates with
his listeners, thus increasing their chances of retaining
What about pharmaceutical and technical narration? Absolutely! Bristol-Myers Squibb, Daltile & Yale Trucks
are among the companies who continue to ask Doug to loan his voice to their projects.
"Doug has been an extremely valuable asset to our company the last several years. Despite the sometimes overwhelming volume of work we send his way, he never fails to deliver a
quality, professional product when we need it."
-Robert Reynolds, Lead Developer
Industrial Safety Training Council (Beaumont, TX)
He's recorded his fair share of safety training too. It's "safe" to say that over the last several years he's helped a number of petrochemical corporations (ExxonMobil, BASF & Dow, among others) convey important messages to their workers.
Doug is also the voice of St. Luke's University Health Network. In addition to recording the hospital's "on-hold" phone messages, he can be heard in their commercials, their in-house videos, and in the "calendar of events" he voices for the hospital's TV show, a show Doug also hosts.
Commercial credits include:
Perdue Chicken (national)
York Heating & A.C. (national)
More than just a narrator, Doug has done plenty of voice "acting" as well. Among the roles he's played: a tour guide, disc jockey, a patient, and a "disgruntled" employee.
No matter the story you wish to tell...
Whether your goal is to inspire, persuade, educate or motivate your listeners, Doug delivers!