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Reviews | Gordon Greenhill

I’m very pleased with Gordon‘s work. Not only he was very proficient at narration but also he was a trustworthy person. You can rely on his word. Trustworthiness is a virtue that is very uncommon nowadays. I’m looking forward to working with him again.

— Adam Lusiak

Author of "Being a Slave"

Mr. Greenhill’s voiceover talent is nothing to be taken lightly. The roles he has played for our projects are astonishingly diverse, creative and exceptional in all aspects of quality and preparation. He truly is a voice artist.

— Joshua Billington

Executive Director, SoZo Media Group, producer of Douglas K. Pearson's "Coffin Light"

With oil rigs on the horizon and the local LGBT community preparing to march down Main Street—the 21st century is fast closing in on the small western town of Grandview, Montana. Novelist and native son Craig Lancaster offers an emotional, realistic, yet lighthearted examination of the heartland. Gordon Greenhill deftly narrates in a very American voice. Whether giving voice to the cranky mayor who is always looking to make a deal; the green sheriff’s deputy; the prodigal novelist who returns home to the Plains every summer; or the loyal wife who’s “just about had it up to here,” Greenhill’s folksy delivery is a good match for these recognizable middle-American characters.

— B.P. © AudioFile 2015

"This is What I Want" by Craig Lancaster

As a self-published author wading into the audio world, I had many questions and worries about the project, especially about the costliness and the quality of the narration. After choosing Gordon for my project, Greyson Gray: Camp Legend, I immediately knew I had made the right decision. Not only was his narration exemplary, but the manner in which he conducted himself put me at ease. He went out of his way to make sure he knew what I wanted, added a few extras to ensure the best production possible, and did so all in a timely and cost-effective manner.

— B. C. Tweedt

Author of "The Greyson Gray Series"

…I am always concerned that my work, when handed to someone else, will sound different than I envisioned it when writing the story. The words, the nuances and the characters I want to be perfect. Gordon was the narrator of my book, The Potus Papers and portrayed the story exactly as I would have done it myself. He was easy and attentive to work with and was always willing to listen to direction to help make the story even better. I recommend Gordon Greenhill to anyone who wants their special story to come out sounding ‘special.’

— Bryan Mooney

Author of "The Potus Papers"

Gordon’s narrative abilities capture well the essence and emotion of a story, a script, a text. His interpretation and vocal performance only enhance the credibility of content he conveys.

— Chris Lemke

Executive Director, WCSG/WAY-FM Radio