If there’s one thing Alex Rochon has been told more than anything else, it’s that he’s loud… and that he makes a good spaghetti and meatballs. Maybe people knew what they were talking about, because Alex is dead-set on making some noise in the media business as a voice actor and an audio-visual editor!
Alex’s first acting job was in the fourth grade, when his class’ Halloween production needed a Dracula; one goofy accent later, and Alex got the part with flying colours!
Years later, Alex has developed a ton of appreciation for new media, and how the advent of YouTube and social media has allowed anyone to tell great stories from the comfort of their own home. For a decade, Alex made a hobby out of storytelling with his old YouTube channel, steadily becoming more proficient in voiceover, video editing, and audio design. Alex honed his skills as an editor at Queen’s University and triOS College, and has been mentored as a voice actor by industry veterans including Rory O’Shea, Elley-Ray, and Stevie Vallance.
Now working freelance in all of those areas, clients of Alex’s include LifeTales Family Journals for video editing and narration, as well as for the City of Hamilton with Scott Taylor, for whom Alex provided the voice of the aptly-named character “Richard the Turd” as part of their #OwnYourThrone pipe safety program… the latter is an especially fun story to tell at gatherings! Alex has also constructed his own voiceover demos and has even worked with other aspiring voice talents to create theirs.
Currently based in Toronto, Alex relishes in working with the direction of his clients in order to bring their visions to life and create unforgettable experiences for consumers. He would be delighted to work with you, too!