Hi there! I’m Chelsey B. Coombs, a voice actor, writer, multimedia producer and social media editor/strategist living in New York City.
If you’re looking for a voice actor with a rich and melodic voice who can deliver complex information in a conversational way, I’m your artist. I’m known for cold-reading scripts with no errors, and can modify my delivery to be more conversational or more formal, depending on what the script and client call for.
I’ve worked as a voiceover artist for The Weather Channel, VICE News, Spectrum Autism Research News and the Flash Forward podcast. I’ve also been a course narrator for Seton Hall Law School for the past five years and have recorded a number of audiobooks that are available on Audible.
I have a full set of professional recording equipment available at home, including the AT4040 microphone condenser microphone, a Scarlett Solo USB audio interface and a DBX 286s microphone pre-amp. I’m proficient at using Adobe Audition to edit voiceover and have taken Mike Russell’s Podcast Production Course. I’m a hard worker, a creative thinker and can deliver assets quickly.
I’ve written articles and produced audio/video about a little bit of everything: the labor movement, climate change, energy, the environment, consumer tech, health, medicine and social justice. I really enjoy explaining complex topics and policies using people’s stories as a vehicle. I write with clarity, passion and sometimes even humor [ED: insert humor here].
I’m great with anything Twitter-related (follow me @chelseybcoombs), and have developed social media strategies for several outlets, including my current employer, Spectrum (Your home for autism research news and analysis), The Weather Channel’s Pattrn, VICE News, and The Weather Company’s Rockets Are Cool. I’ve written and produced videos that have received millions of views, so if you’re looking for someone who knows how to make videos go viral, I’m your girl.