Our mission: In an age of social disconnect,
our goal is to provide personal connections via our authentic and inspired voices.
James began his career in a New York jingle house, then moved to LA, where he was an Elektra/Asylum recording artist before moving to VO and post services. A seasoned artist, he’s intimately aware of the challenge and opportunities from both sides of the mic. Since starting up VoiceOver LA in 2002 he’s worked with hundreds of companies, searching for just the right take to help each production succeed.
Running a tight but friendly ship, Quan has had a hand in managing several entertainment-oriented vessels. Her reliable expertise masks a quick sense of humor known best by those who tend to wither in the unforgiving light of seemingly undecipherable Quickbooks algorhythms.
As one of the best-known casting directors in the country, Martha was at the Voicecaster for 14 years before moving to VoiceOver LA in 2007, where she now heads up her own casting division, Talkshop. A veteran coach and teacher, she’s nurtured the careers of hundreds of actors, all with wit and style.
Gary worked in TV and movie casting for years before moving into the VO biz in ‘99. He joined the staff at VOLA in 2008 and has been booth director-in-chief ever since. His low-key approach in concert with an innate prowess for coaxing out killer performances comes on the heels of literally thousands of creative auditions and talent wrangling.
The notorious video that took 27 videographers to create. Literally.