I’m sitting here, back in San Diego watching the Charger’s opener at Kansas City, and basking in the afterglow of the first FaffCon Voiceover Unconference held this past weekend in Portland, Oregon. It’s kind of hard to explain, but it’s unstructured structure is a winner.
I came away with a multitude of ideas, and commitment to re-energize my pursuit, my passion.
The cool part is, we all learned from our peers, all professional voiceover talents. There were lots of laughs and plenty of bonding. Friendships were renewed, and new ones initiated. I left refreshed, renewed with fire in the belly. (Yes, despite lacking my usual beauty sleep) ;0
I’m not going to disclose the complete dynamic, and what happened for me. Partly because I am behind from missing a day of work on Friday, and because I have a mission to accomplish this evening that has to do with the closing session yesterday. Also, because you should really try to experience this for yourself.
Thankfully I was very busy and voiced a lot of items today. (Thank goodness September has arrived)
I have some excellent photos to share.
And I want to thank Amy Snively for her committment, dedication and perseverance. .She really pulled off a very special event which I believe will have significant impact on the careers of a number of voice actors who took the time to be there.
Amy Snively, aka “Faffy”
Me & my roomie, Randye Kaye
Dinner Saturday at Red Robin.
Sorry Steve Cunningham and Connie Terwilliger were clipped from the photo. Sorry.
Find more photos in my Facebook page album.