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Filmmaking has frequently been at the forefront of technological advances. Indeed, professionals in the field have frequently utilized their creativity and technical knowledge to cultivate innovations. Over the history of cinema, the emergence of the Steadicam, motion tracking, and green screen have all come from filmmakers utilizing tech skills for problem-solving.
As a full-time professional voiceover artist, I wasn’t sure how much my work would change as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. After all, I already had my website and portfolio built at voicebymaria.com, I had a ProductionHub profile, I had already built a broadcast-quality studio in my home office (it was quite a challenge for my husband to get my StudioBricks OnePlus booth into my office after the delivery people dropped it off in our driveway!). And I was familiar with Zoom years before everybody started using Parks & Rec sets as silly backgrounds to amuse their co-workers. I’ve been recording, editing, conference-calling and participating in live-directed sessions from my professional home studio for eight years now, voicing commercials for national brands such as Pillsbury, Panera, Hoover and Dannon. But things HAVE changed - in ways I wasn’t expecting.