Mark Eaves

  • Gender: Male
  • Age Range: MiddleAge
  • Category:Houston Based Men, All Men

Mark’s voice gets people’s attention! Teachers noticed so they invited him to record projects for his high school. Professors noticed so they asked him to be an announcer on the Baylor University radio station. Professional clients are still drawn to his voice today. He is a radio/TV/Film graduate of Baylor University and has recorded professional voice-overs for more than 30 years.

His voice work has included TV/radio/webcast program openings/closings, segments, narrations, movie theater promotions, and commercials/PSAs. He is an award-winning TV/video producer /director/editor who understands the importance of quality production elements, like voice-overs. He has served as Media Director for major churches all of which had broadcast TV/radio and web outreach, some on national cable TV networks and 100,000-watt radio stations. He has been employed as a producer by independent media production companies.

Clients have included Trane/American Standard, Video Magic Productions, Chevron, HFF Commerical Real Estate, Houston Metro Transportation,  Legacy Link Services, The AD Players of Houston, The Christian Community Service Center, Woodcreek Fitness Center, KYFC-TV of Kansas City, First Baptist Church of Dallas, First United Methodist Church of Dallas, The Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, the Advanced Training Institute of America’s National Conference.

Mark’s voice has been described as smooth, listenable, and warm. It will add an inviting sincerity to your audio and video projects.


Demo


Project Type Demos

Commercial
Commercial
Commercial
Corporate & Narration
Corporate & Narration
Corporate & Narration
Corporate & Narration
E-Learning

Connection Capabilities

Doesn't Matter
Skype

Language(s)

English

Accents

Southern, Texas

Project Types

Commercial, Corporate & Narration, E-Learning, Promo/Imaging, Medical

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