Nelson Jewell commented on AL Shaw's video
"Great work, Al. You got it goin'on.

God bless."
Aug 21, 2010
Nelson Jewell commented on Voiceover Universe's video
"Thanks so much for posting such a wonderful, heartwarming, and poetic video. It was a reminder to me of how much I still love my best friend and wife, Shirley--married 26 years August 11--together almost 30."
Aug 21, 2010
Nelson Jewell left a comment on ASK JOE - VOICE OVER THEATER
"Awesome, Joe! Great ISDN session with CBS. It's seems so much easier and fun when things are relaxed and light on both ends of the line. You guys are funny. BTW, you're right on about the em once, throw em away."
Jan 9, 2010
Nelson Jewell left a comment for Beau Weaver
"Hey Beau,

As I was couch potato-ing Sunday afternoon, I channel surfed to Nat Geo and watched a few episodes of the Known Universe. As I listened and watched, I said to myself, 'Wow, I really like the delivery. When the credits popped up, there it…"
Jan 4, 2010
Nelson Jewell left a comment for Bob Souer
"Brother Bob! Thank you so much. I don't feel a day over 49. Congratulations for making the leap to full-time VO. I know I shouldn't but I covet your talent and courage. I, too, wish to make the leap some day.
God Bless!"
Apr 3, 2009
Nelson Jewell commented on Rodney Saulsberry's video
"Yep! What he said...

You are truly amazing, Rodney. I stumbled over a slate today.

Be Blessed,
Jan 26, 2009
Nelson Jewell left a comment for Joe Cipriano
"Joe, Nice studio, dude. I'm guessin' a few spots and tags. How's the room tone?"
Jan 20, 2009
Nelson Jewell left a comment for Lee Gordon
"Thanks, Lee! What a great community we belong to.

Happy Holidays, my friend."
Dec 9, 2008
Nelson Jewell left a comment for Joe Cipriano
"Hey Joe,

It was great to see another "Ask Joe" segment. Movin' forward...sometimes it's easier said than done, huh? And you are right, Don wouldn't want it any other way. You gotta believe that there's something greater than all of this, and Don's…"
Sep 23, 2008
Nelson Jewell left a comment for Don Morrow

Thank you for sharing your talent, wisdom, and time...and thanks for sharing something so deeply personal. We are all grateful.

Danbury? I stayed in Danbury a couple of times this year in a journey south with my wife and in-laws. This has…"
Sep 23, 2008
Nelson Jewell left a comment for Nelson Jewell
"Hey Tom,

Ask for Nate at At the time I paid around $850. Good deal, huh. Let me know how you make out.

Jul 31, 2008
Nelson Jewell left a comment on ASK JOE - VOICE OVER THEATER
"HA! That was awesome, Joe. I just watched it at our radio station in Brewer, Maine at 5:00am. Yep, they got me workin' on the 4th. They've even got me walkin' in the parade later this morning. C'mon now, it's a chance to hurl candy at unsuspecting…"
Jul 4, 2008
Nelson Jewell left a comment for Beau Weaver
I, too, love your work. Are you Native? I noticed that you participate in Native cultural events around the country. I'm a member of the Aroostook Band of Micmacs in Northern Maine. My mother grew up on a reserve in New Brunswick, Canada."
Jun 30, 2008
Nelson Jewell left a comment for Anthony Piselli
"Hey Anthony,

Thanks for the add. And thanks for the class listing. The wheels as spinning as to how I might to be able to make at least one of them happen. What work have you done recently?"
Jun 29, 2008
Nelson Jewell left a comment for Steve Zirnkilton
"It is a bit frustrating. As you know, much of the copy that I receive in the "local" radio world is written in an "announcery-speak-to-the-masses" kind of way. I'm also convinced that regular VO training--at least twice a year--is necessary. Making…"
Jun 29, 2008
Nelson Jewell left a comment for Don LaFontaine
"Thanks for your honesty, Don. I've never taken a bonified class...acting yes...but not VO. Where I live the opportunities for classes are nonexistent. I'm still trying to find my niche."
Jun 28, 2008

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  • Thanks Nelson... for your kind words and checking out my video. Your VO brotha from anotha motha..
    Al Shaw
  • Hi Nelson!

    I know you’ve been a member of Voiceover Universe for some time, but I wanted to introduce one of our groups to you.

    I hope you'll check out and join a group called MARKETING FOR FUN AND PROFIT. It's a group dedicated to discussing ways we can market ourselves - what works; what doesn't. You’ll find some very interesting ideas and concepts there! And we would appreciate your input. Click here for the link: MARKETING FOR FUN AND PROFIT!

    Thanks for your time! I trust our paths will cross soon!

    Best to ya!

    dan (daniel eduardo) hurst
  • Happy Birthday, Nelson!

    Be well,
    Bob Souer
  • Hey Nelson,

    Thanks for dropping by and trying my new tongue twisters. I really appreciate your kind words.

    Take care,

  • Yes, Nelson...we made it up to Maine for the wedding. It was at the Black Point Inn in Scarborough and it was beautiful. We had quite a rain storm on Saturday night during the reception, but we were warm and cozy inside the Inn. Joe
  • Hey Tom,

    Ask for Nate at At the time I paid around $850. Good deal, huh. Let me know how you make out.

  • Hi Nelson,

    Unfortunately Work is dry but I have the 2 OTR Podcast shows at that I do to keep the ole chords in shape.
    Also the workshops have been a huge help!!
    But, Soon, Very soon-- look out world!!
    If you can swing down via plane to Hartford I'd love to have ya!!
    I have Some very good workshops are in the works now...
    Pendant Audio
  • Hi Nelson, I was on the road or I would have been back before now. It seems you're getting good advice about your reads. Aside from you're radio gig, forget that you are talking to more than one person. Pretend that you are telling - one person... a really good story...
  • Nelson Jewell said…
    Hey Joe, It may sound kind of silly, but after so many years as a VO artist, do you still learn new things from most of the sessions you do, or does it become "old hat" after a fashion?

    I wouldn't say it gets old hat at all. I LOVE it. Every session is fun (except on very, very rare occasions). At this point I usually get hired to do what "I do" so there's not much hunting around to find what the client wants.

    I guess what I learn from every session is how much I love the gig. That's a good thing.

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