Behind the scenes of an animation

Possibly the coolest inclusion on an Animation series I’ve ever participated in with cast mate Garan; check out what my awesome boss decided to do for Xmas “SHOW” everyone how the characters get their “voices”. ^^ Miles, with us in spirit, was greatly missed, and we had crazy fun (and always do). Sharing work you love is a blessing. Wishing everyone as happy a Xmas as I’m having!!!! Much love heart emoticon Thank you to the irreplaceable Peggy Lewis, always, from Seoul.
(out on youtube soon), and broadcast via EBS2 daily. PS-I had my #janekimdesigns bling on to complete the “red and shiny” look requested ^^ It’s my fave go to!


Brown Education’s world

iWonder Media Solutions 

VO: Me ^^ One of my favourite projects to date: I voice the characters – —and how I WISH I could actually “wave a wand” and bestow fluent Korean skills upon myself kk Extraordinary work by Sonny Side, Orielvis Padron, Tony Ruse Miniloop Media, Douglas Vautour. Working with awesome people makes my job all the sweeter. It’s gratifying to look at a finished product and reflect on how much work and talent went into that ‘minute of expression’:)


Funny-talkers Tracey, Jyoung-Ah, Brad  and Myself battled to match schedules to record this 26 episode series for The Korea Human Rights Assoc. Director Park Piljin outdid himself.

I play JACK, a strapping boy who isn’t nearly as tough as he likes to pretend to be

I play YUNA, a bratty gal with lots of lessons to learn

I play “MOM”, a bumbling, busy body.

If you’ve ever wondered how your fave cartoons got their voices, I suppose it would steal away some of the magic to see a group of sweaty actors soldiering through a dubbing – which requires studying, focus, and of course, one must remember their pitch (and in some cases, which character of yours is one the screen).

I’ve always loved animations, but they’re hard, hard work – down to the huffing and puffing your mind barely registers as a listener, to sinking from the mic whilst screaming bloody murder. Your brain best be working to do the job justice.