Rich has worked in creative roles his entire life. With a degree in broadcasting and years of experience in audio/visual production, he can bring your projects to life with the right voice and mood.
Rich’s background in radio, combined with more than three decades of public relations, media affairs and training experience in government, non-profit and commercial environments help him understand your needs.
Aside from his broadcast work, Rich served a 32-year career as a firefighter, EMT-Paramedic, Public Information Officer and Safety Educator. Rich is now also working with Mental Health America, where he helps to coordinate and instruct Mental Health First Aid classes. Consider him for your specialty narrations and e-learning projects.
Rich is also a performing musician. He began writing and performing music at an early age. Let him work with you to tailor the perfect “voice” for your projects. When not writing songs and doing audio work, Rich is a bassist. He plays for Counting Skeletons. Many Ohio based groups that he has enjoyed playing with include Jusswanna, Dayton Undercover, MidLife Crisis (Springfield), Smarty Pantz (Springfield) and The Fries Band (Dayton). Rich was a guitarist for the long-running police/fire band called Knight Blaze.
Rich has produced and hosted podcasts since 2005. He still produces and provides podcast editing for other content creators.
Rich shares his thoughts on all things going through his cranial gear machine on a little journal podcast called A Rich Perspective. Bored? Give it a listen sometime. You might catch a random glimpse of genius. Or not.
And, of course, you can follow Rich’s adventures into his career as a voice artist through his show Road to VO.