VAMFR 003 | Interview with Robin Armstrong, Part 2


VAMFR 003 | Interview with Robin Armstrong, Part 2

Welcome to episode 3 of the Voice Acting Mastery: Field Report podcast!

In this episode our correspondent, Ashley Huyge, continues her discussion with writer, director, and VO talent, Robin Armstrong.

In entertainment, there are often people who wear many different hats and have multiple skill sets: Actor/ director. Model/ actor. Singer/dancer. In our last episode, Robin was kind enough to share with us his background as an actor, director and writer and how self-motivation was a key to his success. Now he’ll share with us his leap from film director to VO talent and how he believes the combination of artistry, science and business are important for balance in the entertainment industry.

The VAM Field Report will be released on the 1st Wednesday of every month so stay on the look out for it!


Download VAM Field Report Episode #3 Here (MP3)


4 Responses to “VAMFR 003 | Interview with Robin Armstrong, Part 2”

  1. Hi Crispin and Ashley! Just popped in real quick to say, I think the blog post description is for the next episode, and not the current one.
    But great job, I’m loving the interview and VAMFR so far.

    • Crispin Freeman says:

      You’re absolutely right! Thanks for letting us know! The episode description is now updated. So sorry about that!

  2. Kalyn McCabe says:

    I loved the point of being an entrepreneur and working for yourself. That’s what I want more than anything. I want the freedom of “If I wanna work, I’ll work, and if I wanna take a break, then I’ll just not audition.” But of course, I just can’t leave my agent hanging, nor is this a perfect world.

    Thanks so much for Robin’s insight. It struck a chord with me.

    Can’t wait till the next one!

    ~ Kalyn

    • Crispin Freeman says:

      Excellent! So glad you enjoy the entrepreneurial aspect of voice acting! It’s an important aspect of the business that you have to keep in mind!

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