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  • Julie Eickhoff

Student Success Story

Updated: Jul 4, 2023

Meet Ariel Williams!

A Journey into Voice Overs: Q&A with Ariel Williams

Welcome to our blog post featuring an exclusive interview with Ariel Williams, a successful voice artist who embarked on an exciting career after enrolling in the Work from Home doing Voice Overs course. In this Q&A session, Ariel shares her background, motivations, and experiences, providing valuable insights for anyone considering a similar path.

Q: Ariel, could you tell us about your background prior to enrolling in the Work from Home doing Voice Overs course?

A: Before taking up voice acting, I worked as a freelance copywriter.

Q: What motivated you to enroll in the Work from Home doing Voice Overs course?

A: Well, I needed guidance, and this course seemed like the perfect fit for me. I was seeking direction and wanted to enhance my skills in the field of voice overs.

Q: How did you discover the Work from Home doing Voice Overs online course?

A: Honestly, I can't recall the exact source. As I delved into the world of voice overs and conducted my research, I stumbled upon this course, which caught my attention and seemed promising.

Q: Could you share your initial expectations about the course? Did it meet or exceed those expectations?

A: Absolutely! The course exceeded my expectations in every way. Julie, the instructor, provided easy-to-follow videos, excellent explanations, and guidance. I particularly appreciated her willingness to listen to my initial attempts at voice work, which was incredibly valuable.

Q: When did you complete the course?

A: I completed the course well over a year ago, and I've been pursuing voice over work ever since.

Q: How much time do you spend working as a voice artist? Is it a part-time or full-time endeavor for you?

A: I initially started working on voice overs as a side gig, but now it has become my full-time occupation. The flexibility of freelancing allows me to work around my responsibilities as a single mom.

Q: What types of voice over work have you completed so far?

A: Thus far, my portfolio mainly consists of commercial work. However, I've also had the opportunity to work on some exciting projects like video games and a meditation app.

Q: What's your favorite type of voice over work?

A: Oh, I love all of it!

Q: Could you walk us through a typical work day as a voice artist?

A: My days can vary, considering my role as a single mom, but generally, I spend mornings auditioning and recording for clients. In the afternoons, I focus on marketing and networking. The beauty of freelancing is that I can work late at night if necessary.

Q: What do you love most about being a voice artist?

A: Oh, it's so much fun!

Q: What advice would you offer to others considering a career in voice overs?

A: My advice would be to go all in! Becoming a voice artist requires a significant investment, not so much monetarily, but in time and effort. It calls for ENDURANCE.

Q: Could you describe your recording space?

A: I record in my daughter's walk-in closet! I hang blankets from rods around my mic, have blankets on the surface area where I work, and of course always make sure to turn off the a/c when I'm recording. And I live in Texas...Yipes!

Ariel has used her clearly superior copywriting skills to create a jaw-dropping website. Be sure to check it out here:

And be sure to listen to Ariel's demos on her website. Here's a link to a project she completed on TikTok: RedefineMeat

We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to Ariel for sharing her inspiring journey into the world of voice overs. Ariel, your enthusiasm, dedication, and love for your craft shine through in every word. We wish you continued success as you embark on new and exciting projects, lending your voice to captivate audiences around the world. May your career flourish, and may you continue to find joy and fulfillment in your work as a voice artist. Thank you, Ariel, and best wishes for an amazing future!


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