Posted by: Josey | February 10, 2021

New Headshots

When your lovely photographer sends you a hundred photos of your head to choose from, you open the link with anticipation. How’d we do?? But inevitably the first dozen are your best impression of Jabba the Hut, the second dozen a la Lloyd in Dumb and Dumber, and panic starts to set in: Is this really what I look like?? (You’re so vain. You prob’ly think this post is about you…)

But you keep scrolling in a panic and then WHEW, okay, that looks more like me (ish).

Credit: Rashidah De Vore Photography

Posted by: Josey | February 9, 2021

A 90-Second Comedy Monologue

Here’s a 90-second comedic monologue exactly zero people asked for:

Posted by: Josey | October 21, 2020

On Set This Week for Fender Guitars

I’m feeling like a very cool mom this week, talking about parenting and music for Fender Guitars (there are a lot of feelings that come with motherhood, but “cool” is seldom one of them)… I even got to sing some of my original songs! The segment will air on various TV and radio stations across the country and, if any of them post it online, I’ll be sure to share the link.

Thank you to Joann and her rockstar team at Consultancy Media for thinking of me for this! CM was one of the very first companies to ever hire me as a voiceover actor over a decade ago–alongside F# for Spotify and Pearson Education–and I’ll be forever grateful. Plus, it’s always so much fun when clients call again and again and, over time, become friends!

Posted by: Josey | January 14, 2020

My Latest Essay: I Suck and You Can, Too!

78222157_10156419613641556_8019077509297471488_nInspired by the neighborhood basketball team I play on every Monday night (the original group formed over twenty! years! ago!)… I wrote about being joyfully terrible at something. Your personal and professional relationships will improve, your self-esteem will skyrocket, and you will live forever or something like that. To read it, click here now.

A69EF85B-9CC5-4745-814F-18CEB175D659We’re writing a whole show from scratch in a week and performing it at The PIT this Saturday at 9:30pm. Buy your tickets now—it sells out every time. Click here for details.






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And today was a ridiculously exciting day because, after our rehearsal on The Striker stage at The PIT, I ran across town… to sign officially with Abrams Artists Agency… for voiceover. NBD. JK. OMG.

Posted by: Josey | July 24, 2019

Signed for On-Camera with Abrams Artists! Plus…

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I’m over-the-moon excited to announce that I just signed for commercial on-camera with Abrams Artists Agency. I love them, admire them, and feel so totally lucky to get to work with them.

But wait, there’s more! Mark your calendar because I’m writing for/performing in another Old School Sketch Show at The PIT on Saturday, 9/28. And pssst… I heard you have a better shot at the Book of Life if you’re there. (It’s probably just a rumor, but why risk it?)

Posted by: Josey | January 13, 2019

Just Announced: Another PIT Old School Sketch Show 1/26!

img_0492Please mark your calendar: I’m back at The Peoples Improv Theater at 9:30pm on January 26th! Old School Sketch Show means a small cast of writer-performers pitch, write, edit, block, edit some more, memorize, and perform a comedy sketch show… all within seven exhausting-but-exhilarating days. Improv? Stand-up? Yup, we’ll have those, too. I’m so excited—and hope to see you there!

Posted by: Josey | October 4, 2018

Another New Song to Share with You

Another “Songwriting for Commercials” class, another song to share with you! (If you want to listen, it will take about 60 seconds.) 💋💋💋

Posted by: Josey | August 15, 2018

New Original Songs: Wake Up + Gig Economy

A class I just took in songwriting for commercials has my creative juices a-flowin’! Just me, my voiceover mic, Garageband… and one of my kids’ egg shakers… and I’m having so much fun noodling around:

Posted by: Josey | February 26, 2018

New Commercial VO Demo

A few weeks ago I was invited by a VO mentor to an event with some of the most talented promo voices around. I remarked to one that I’ve yet to meet anyone in this industry who isn’t friendly and down-to-earth. He said, “Y’know, I have a theory on that. I think it’s because very few of us ever expected that something so fun could be a job… so we do pretty much everything with a layer of gratitude.” In fact, one of the decades-long-VO-career veterans I met there generously offered to help me re-work my demo, and it’s posted here (very six-second-demo-like). Character, narration, and promo VO demos posted there, too. 🎶Let me entertain you…🎶

In other news, is “No Roots” by Alice Merton in everyone else’s head, too? How great is that song?! Note to self: cover it next singing gig.

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