Busy in Brooklyn: Behind the Scenes and On the Mic


I’ve been a little absent from this space for a few days because I’ve had a sudden and welcomed uptick in my day job lately.

If you’re following me on Instagram (or Foursquare), you’ve likely seen one or two pics/check-ins from recent bookings and my audition schedule that has me bouncing all over New York. I love the opportunity to do what I do but it often means 12- to 15-hour days and that leaves precious little time for sleeping, much less blogging. But, I should be back to my regular schedule this coming week.

I hope you’re enjoying the beginning of February (with all it’s glorious snow) and are looking forward to a lovely Valentine’s Day.

On Set


Here are a couple of pics from my days on the job. The grinning is because I’m happy! This day, I played a medical director. We were shooting on location which is why there’s an iron set up on a conference table in the same room that I’m studying my lines. Some shoots are really rough and tumble. Twas a long day!

Patranila the Medical Director
Look Mom, I’m a doctor! For today.
Patranila's selfie with the makeup artist.
This is Denise, the makeup artist who kept me flawless all day.

On The Mic

Recording voiceovers is my absolute favorite thing to do. I love being on the mic, in a soundproof booth, and an engineer in my ear. It’s akin to a meditation for me.

Patranila in the recording booth. Voiceover Actor
In the booth doing a voiceover for a financial services company.
I’m hoping to have many more days like these. I love my job!
Have a great week!


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  1. 15 February 2014 / 5:23 PM

    Nice tweeting with you this AM, Patranila! Stopping by to show some blog love!!

  2. 9 February 2014 / 9:17 PM

    Your dimples are the cutest! How'd you get into doing voice-overs? My bestie has been interested in getting in the business for year.

    • 10 February 2014 / 3:43 PM

      Thanks Melissa! The VO world is tough to break into but I'd suggest she start by finding a good teacher to study with.

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