Have a personalized animation voice acting coaching session from Taylor! This session runs 75 minutes, and also includes personalized homework. Available selectively over Zoom, or in certain cases - in-person at Silverthorn Studios. In-person sessions, when available, include professional reference recordings of your performance.
In addition to his music career, Taylor is a professional animation voice actor & coach, seen and heard around the world. As of 2020, he can be heard as a leading role in six series including ‘Fangbone!’ (Disney XD), Yuki in ‘Beyblade: Metal Fury’ (Cartoon Network), Luis in 'The Future Is Wild' (Discovery Kids/Teletoon), as well as regular and supporting roles in series such as 'Norman Picklestripes' (Universal Kids), ‘George Of The Jungle’ & 'Top Wing' (Nickelodeon), ‘Total Dramarama' (Cartoon Network), ‘Looped!’ (DHX), ‘The Cat In The Hat' (PBS), and many more.
He played lead character Luke Stanley for 52 episodes of the cartoon/live-action series 'The Stanley Dynamic' (YTV/Nickelodeon), and was nominated for an ACTRA Award for 'Best Performance Male In Animation' for the lead role of Huxley Plunderman in 'D.N.Ace' (Teletoon).
Taylor has been a professional voice actor for over a decade, and coaching successfully and consistently since 2016. He has nearly 20 5-Star reviews from group coaching on Airbnb Experiences, and rave reviews leading for 100+ participants via Meetup.com.
"For anyone who has a curiosity about voice acting, you have to sign up for this! Taylor is such a pro at what he does. He brings out the fun and also challenges you at the same time when you are doing your recording. He provides constructive feedback and really goes above and beyond to help you bring your character voices out." - Theresa, Student
"I noticed an improvement in my craft within a couple of sessions... He gives you insider's tips on what it takes to stand out in the voice over industry, and guides you through the process of creating 3 dimensional characters. I absolutely recommend studying with Taylor." - Annie Chen, Student