VO Atlanta 2019: The Lost Album

Dutch clog slippersFor many voice-overs, the 2019 edition of VO Atlanta was unforgettable. The cameraderie, the learning opportunities, the emotions, it was all a bit overwhelming. 

But, life goes on, and memories start to fade. There are new gatherings to go to, new projects to voice, and new memories to be made.

Thinking back to my time at VO Atlanta 2019, it was the year I had to stay under the radar. Still recovering from a stroke, I needed to keep away from the crowds and preserve energy for my presentations. 

Still, I managed to take a few snapshots here and there, and I filed those photos away until I found them again the other day.

Watching the slideshow you’re about to see brought back many precious moments. Whether you were at VO Atlanta, or you’re thinking of going in 2020, I’m sure you’ll recognize some familiar faces. A big thank you to Jon Ciano for taking the pictures of my Stinky Sock Breakout Session.

Be sure to watch the photos on full-screen in HD.

Enjoy!

VO Atlanta 2020 will be held from March 26-29. The theme is “Envision.” If you can’t wait that long, sign up for the Summer Intensive, a training weekend with Kay Bess, Joe Cipriano, and Cliff Zellman. Dates: August 16 – 17.

Paul Strikwerda ©nethervoice

PS After watching the slide show some people  asked me what camera and lens I use. It’s a Sony a5100 mirrorless camera, with a Sony SELP18105G 18-105mm f/4.0 G OSS lens.

 

 

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Paul Strikwerda

is a Dutch-English voice-over pro, coach, and writer. His blog is one of the most widely read and influential blogs in the industry. Paul is also the author of "Making Money In Your PJs, Freelancing for voice-overs and other solopreneurs."

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14 Responses to VO Atlanta 2019: The Lost Album

  1. Debby Barnes

    What a glorious VO Atlanta ‘window’! And the music is to to die for. Loved this. Cheers, Paul!

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    Paul Strikwerda Reply:

    Glad you enjoyed it, Debbie. The music is semi-improvised by two Dutch pianists.

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  2. Paul J Stefano

    You sneaky scamp you, Paul! Thanks for the memories!

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    Paul Strikwerda Reply:

    You make me feel like Bob Hope! Yes, I’m sneaky, but it’s the only way to get spontaneous pictures.

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  3. Christi Bowen

    Thank you Paul for sharing this great slideshow. I really appreciate you capturing the audio/visual team too! Such great photos.

    Thanks too for sharing about next year’s dates and for our Summer Intensive event. It’s gonna be a great one.

    As always, you are a true treasure to our community.

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    Paul Strikwerda Reply:

    It takes a village to put a conference together, and the audio/visual team worked their behinds off. Kudos!

    About that treasure comment, it takes one to know one!

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  4. Bruce Kramer

    Thank you, Paul. It is a wonderful reminder of our collective experience, and will be a support when things get rocky. I will savor it again in the coming year, and I suspect others will too.

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    Paul Strikwerda Reply:

    Most definitely, Bruce. I still savor our airport conversation!

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  5. Debbie Grattan

    What a wonderful slide show. You have a great eye for moments, Paul! Enjoyed it all.

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    Paul Strikwerda Reply:

    Thank you, Debbie. I try to be invisible when I’m taking pictures. It’s pretty much the same technique I use as a voice-over.

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  6. Jodi Krangle

    Wonderful memories, Paul. And it was so great to see you there too. Thanks so much for sharing that! 🙂

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    Paul Strikwerda Reply:

    Likewise Jodi! Till next year?

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  7. Steve Krumlauf

    Bravo, Paul! That was almost like being there. Terrific photography. Extremely well done. My compliments to the person behind the lens. Was that you?

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    Paul Strikwerda Reply:

    Guilty as charged. I am the person behind the lens.

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