My most recent narration was for a short film about a school, Matenwa, in Haiti where big changes are being made in how young children are educated in this extremely poor nation. An Internet posting including the link to this film has brought in >$75,000 for the school since it appeared:


An area in which I've had some commercial successes is "audio tours."  Thanks for the expert coaching of Peter Dunne, I'm pursing this specialty. Here are some recent examples in this reel:


Here's a intro video for the "Leadership In Focus" program at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business. This series is subscribed to by other leading business schools in the world in addition to corporate clients:

Leadership in Focus is a rich video collection of teaching resources developed for academics and corporate learning specialists that need to develop current and future managers.


The Computer History Museum is a museum established in 1996 in Mountain View, California, USA. The Museum is dedicated to preserving and presenting the stories and artifacts of the information age, and exploring the computing revolution and its impact on our lives. It is is home to the largest and most significant collection of computing artifacts in the world. This includes many rare or one-of-a-kind objects such as a Cray-1 supercomputer as well as a Cray-2, Cray-3, the Utah teapot, the 1969 Neiman Marcus Kitchen Computer, an Apple I, an example of the first generation of Google's racks of custom-designed web servers and the first coin-operated video game. The collection comprises nearly 90,000 objects, photographs and films, as well as 4,000 feet (1,200 m) of catalogued documentation and several hundred gigabytes of software. The museum's major, new 25,000-square-foot (2,300 m2) exhibit, a timeline of that covers 2,000 years of computing history, will open in late 2010. Here's a video I did the voice-over for for the timeline: