Shawn Fitzmaurice

Professional Voice Actor

Voiceover Demo Reels

Nerd-Level Quality

Professional Voice Actor

  • Broadcast-Quality
  • Lightning Fast Turnaround

  • No Nonsense
  • Home Studio

  • Source-Connect

Voice Description

  • Professional Male Voiceover
  • Boston accent on request
  • Young Adult to Middle-age
  • Friendly, Believable, Authentic, Trustworthy, Authoritative
  • Mid to Deep
Shawn Fitzmaurice, Voice over, voice actor, narration, voiceover nerd
Shawn Fitzmaurice, Voice over, voice actor, narration, voiceover nerd

Nerd-Level Quality

  • Broadcast-Quality
  • Lightning Fast Turnaround

  • No Nonsense
  • Home Studio

Voice Description

  • Professional Male Voiceover
  • Boston accent on request
  • Young Adult to Middle-age
  • Friendly, Believable, Authentic, Trustworthy, Authoritative
  • Mid to Deep

Galapagos Blue-Footed Boobies’ Struggle To Survive

The Galapagos islands are famous for their association with Charles Darwin and the theory of evolution by natural selection. Being isolated, the islands acted much like a controlled laboratory for clear observation of basic evolutionary adaptations among species. Within the Galapagos also live species which have not yet had their evolution defined by the islands’ environment. Interestingly, they may be relying on some more deep-seated and complex survival strategies. Blue-Footed Boobies are large sea birds that [...]

By |2022-02-01T14:31:31+00:00October 29, 2021|SciWorks Radio|0 Comments

A New Dinosaur Discovery

Yes, we’re still discovering new dinosaurs! In this podcast, learnabout a new dinosaur discovered by paleontologist Doctor Lindsay Zanno of the  Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, North Carolina. A predator, carnivore, 2-legged animal, Siats Meekerorum may have looked and behaved a lot like a Tyrannosaurus Rex, but it lived in a much earlier time period, and was not closely related. What in evolution would cause the similarity? And why did this one particular person become [...]

By |2022-02-27T02:09:08+00:00January 5, 2021|SciWorks Radio|0 Comments
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