A conversation with Patrick Freeman, a professional voiceover artist who narrates audio books and voices video game characters from his home studio in Amarillo. He and host Jason Boyett talk about Patrick's career change—he used to work in financial services in Houston—and why he's chosen to live and work in Amarillo. We also discuss his upcoming work in China and the techniques he uses to perform different voices. This episode is sponsored by TalonLPE.
Patrick Freeman is studying elephants in Namibia when he receives terrible news. Patrick Freeman is a Research Assistant at the Carnegie Institution for Science, Department of Global Ecology. He specializes in sub-Saharan wildlife ecology and is passionate about elephants. He has spent numerous field seasons observing them in Namibia, South Africa, and most recently in Kenya. He is an avid wildlife photographer, of which he says, "My goal is to bring authentic images of wildlife, wild spaces, and conservation challenges to life for people who may never be able to see them in the flesh." You can follow him @PTFreeman. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Eoghan chats to Patrick Freeman, somewhat of a troubadour who is currently residing in Stoneybatter, Dublin. There's talk about Dylan and Freeman's love of the Beatles, an influence evident on his debut album, the recently released Cherry Blossom Fall, available on PatrickFreeman.Bandcamp.com. There's also talk about the art of songwriting, personal vs stories and assuming characters, plus music sessions and much more. Patrick Freeman tour dates: November 20 - Bello Bar, Dublin November 22 - The Sunflower, BelfastDecember 11 - Phil Grimes, WaterfordDecember 12 - Triskel Project Space, Cork