You've learned in classes how to stand out in your auditions - by making a unique acting choice. But standing apart from your fellow actors goes beyond the audition. Your entire presence has to stand out, Your image, your logo, your website, and the language you craft to describe yourself must all be evocative of who you are, and what your future clients will get by hiring you.
Our class “Attracting Attention with a Winning Brand”, taught by graphic designer and voice actor Ian Price, guides you through the process of choosing imagery, language and branding that will show you off as a professional yet also unequivocally express the essence of YOU. Here are some comments from students who’ve taken Ian’s class:
“First of all, Ian Price is a kind, loving soul who wants nothing but the best for all he’s in contact with. He’s great for those looking to get their feet wet in the mindset of building a brand. He was great to accommodate my needs and gave me impeccable feedback during my logo design process. Highly recommend”
– Adriana Echandi
"An invaluable class for those serious about advancing their voiceover career! Ian Price gives even the most uninitiated marketers (like me) a clear understanding of what branding and marketing is and its importance in building your business. I left the class with very practical tools and steps I needed in order to take my VO marketing and branding game to the next level!"
– Reggie Harris
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