Marc Preston has spent the last thirty years working as a professional voiceover talent. He’s voiced countless projects on his journey, from national advertising campaigns, to network promos and everything in between. Beyond his work on the mic, he’s spent a fair amount of time on-camera. From the time he was seven years old, he’s appeared in a variety of film and television projects. He also spent time as a major market radio talent, as well as hosted his own national syndicated show on the ABC Radio Networks.
For the past two decades, Marc has taken this bank of experience and shared it with hundreds of voiceover students from around the world. As a voiceover coach and consultant, he’s worked with a variety of talented performers. He’s been sought out by numerous films and television actors, and been instrumental in helping them to effectively bridge their acting skillset to voiceover.
Marc embraces every opportunity to “pay it forward” and be of service to talent at every level of experience. He founded and oversees one of the largest social media portals in the world for voiceover professionals. “The VoiceOver Community” (and Facebook group of the same name) provides a daily resource for thousands of talent to connect, collaborate, learn and enjoy a sense of community with fellow voiceover professionals.
Marc also hosts the web series and podcast, “The VoiceOver Cabana”. Not only does he share his experience and knowledge, but he regularly interviews talented and influential VO and entertainment industry professionals. In addition to his own efforts, Marc has also been honored with the opportunity to collaborate with the Society of Voice Arts and Sciences as a both a host/panelist for That’s Voiceover!, as well as a judge for the Voice Arts Awards.
Marc believes in always being a “working student.” Learning and evolving as a professional talent is important. Equally important to Marc, is the opportunity to mentor, contribute and help raise the bar for an industry that has given him so much over the past three decades.
The online class will be covering narration… as it relates to telling a story. This will be applicable to documentary, to e-learning, to explainer. etc. He will focus on bringing out the story, as can only be told by the talent.