Kelley Buttrick in the News
Before going into voiceover, Kelley Buttrick worked in PR, marketing and media. Applying those experiences and lessons, she is a sought-after industry expert source and contributing writer.
Audio industry icon Sennheiser invited Kelley Buttrick on their series The Pulse to share the life of a VO Talent.
Kelley Buttrick’s business, KB Voiceovers, was featured in Inc. both as an article and a mini-documentary.
Kelley Buttrick’s trailblazing KB4Jeep campaign garnered the attention of the advertising industry generating this article in Adweek.
A popular NPR program, Marketplace, enlisted Kelley Buttrick to participate in an expert panel on women working in the gig economy.
Celebrating entrepreneurs and creatives, Kelley was honored to have her voiceover business featured in Exposure Magazine.
A life-long Jeep fan, Kelley Buttrick was featured in one of the creative industry’s most iconic publications, Campaign US, as a brand advocate.
Before going into voiceover, Kelley Buttrick worked in PR, marketing and media. She has used those skills in developing her own brand and a trailblazing KB4Jeep campaign that was recognized in this Business.com article.
Authority Magazine featured Kelley Buttrick in their series on female disruptors for her groundbreaking marketing efforts that bucked long-standing traditions in the voice over industry.
Reader’s Digest profiled Kelley Buttrick and her daughter in a story about the life-changing impact of Take Your Daughter to Work Day.
Shout Out Atlanta singled out Kelley Buttrick to speak about risks she’s taken in her voice over career and the lessons learned from those experiences.
The creative agency, Think Monsters, interviewed Kelley Buttrick on their popular podcast, Speaking Human. Afterwards, they published their 3 Key Takeaways from their chat.
With her long-time friend and mentor, Zak Miller, Kelley Buttrick was honored as one of Studio Daily’s Top 50 Innovators.
Popular with Jeep lovers, JK Forum posted an article about Kelley Buttrick’s wild ride with KB4Jeep.
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ProductionHUB asked Kelley to share some tips on pitching that could be used by their audience of production staff, videographers, content creators, post production houses, production studios and audio production professionals.
Kelley Buttrick is a regular contributor to Backstage as one of their voice over experts. In this article, she shares tips about staying top-of-mind with voice over clients.
Kelley Buttrick pitched Backstage on the idea of a voice over Q&A series where she interviews the pros who hire voice actors. This interview is about all things promo with accomplished CW promo producer, Bryan Marye.
While Kelley Buttrick has her own professionally-equipped home studio, some clients call on her to voice live in a studio of their choosing. Since she’s known for being an-easy-to-work-with voice over talent, Backstage asked her to share what she keeps in her go bag.
Kelley Buttrick has voiced for two different episodes of the Tyler Perry series. In this voice over Q&A series article for Backstage, Kelley interviews Tyler Perry Casting Director Rhavynn Drummer.
As a sought-after commercial voice actor, Backstage asked Kelley Buttrick to share some tips and tricks for being cast on advertising campaigns. This is a “How To” article for voice over talents wanting to get into broadcast commercial projects
For her voice over Q&A series in Backstage, Kelley invited her friend and client Ron Huey to share his perspective and advice on casting voice artists for commercials and advertising campaigns.
As part of her Q&A series for Backstage, Kelley Buttrick interviewed long-time casting agent and coach Mary Lynn Wissner who provided tips, tricks and advice for voice actors.
Backstage asked Kelley Buttrick to weigh in on voice over session etiquette with some Dos and Don’ts for recording in professional studios.
Kelley Buttrick and her daughter contributed some tips based on their perspectives as a mother-daughter voice over team for Backstage magazine.
Kelley Buttrick called in her client and friend Rob Grable from IBM to be a part of her voice over Q&A series in Backstage magazine. Rob shares some tips for voice actors looking to get into tech narration.
Tapping into her vast network of pros, Kelley Buttrick interviews renowned voiceover coach and dubbing casting director Jeff Howell as part of her Q&A series for Backstage.
When Kelley Buttrick met Jessica Gee and Grant George, she had no idea how intense a looping, walla, and ADR session could be. Kelley brought Jessica and Grant into her Q&A series to share suggestions from their years of experience in this genre of voice over.
Her best friend and mentor’s sudden death inspired this article about the value of having a career compass in voiceover. Kelley Buttrick credits Zak Miller’s guidance and friendship for her success in the industry and shares how they mentored each other.
Voice actor and musician Bryan Howard created the African American Voice Actor Database. Kelley Buttrick invited her friend to talk about it for a voice over Q&A article in Backstage.
Known for her client retention successes, Kelley Buttrick was invited by Backstage to share some tips to show gratitude to clients and keep them coming back for more.
Backstage asked Kelley Buttrick to share some tips and how tos for voice actors when approaching auditions.
In an article that became a bit controversial, Backstage asked Kelley Buttrick to answer a subscriber’s question about the need for a voice over manager.