Training and Credentials

Bridger has a degree in Journalism/Mass Communication and an MBA. He has studied voice over technique with seasoned coaches and VO professionals Alan Schwartz (New York, NY), Angela Castonguay (Atlanta), and Guy Arledge (Atlanta).

Equipment and Software

  • Miktek CV4, Miktek C7, RØDE K2 and Electro-Voice RE20 microphones
  • Focusrite ISA One solid-state and ART Pro MPA II tube preamps
  • FMR Audio RNC 1773 compressor
  • Acoustically treated and isolated custom recording booth
  • Reaper, Waves and iZotope software suites
  • Directed session capabilities via Google Voice, ipDTL, Source-Connect Now, Skype


A Career of Telling Stories

Bridger Conklin has more than 20 years of public speaking, advocacy and teaching experience, as well as extensive business, technical and public policy expertise in the corporate, nonprofit and government sectors.

Before becoming a professional voice artist, he honed his vocal craft:

  • in boardrooms as a corporate strategist
  • in classrooms as a university professor
  • on TV and radio as a public spokesperson
  • on stage as a member of a community theater company
  • performing and recording as a bass/baritone in acapella singing groups
  • at home reading bedtime stories to his children