Georgian First Voiceover to Win StudioDaily 50
Georgia Entertainment News featured an article about The StudioDaily 50 honoring Kelley Buttrick and Zak Miller for their technical and creative contributions to the media industry.
The StudioDaily 50 honors the most influential creatives and technologists whose leadership breaks new ground in media and entertainment, and Athens-based voiceover talent Kelley Buttrick was selected based on her work with colleague Zak Miller on her trailblazing KB4Jeep marketing campaign.
While Buttrick and Miller are both nationally-recognized voiceover talents, it was their content creation on the groundbreaking KB4Jeep campaign that earned them the StudioDaily50 distinction. For KB4Jeep’s Jeep Hair We Care video series, Buttrick wrote the scripts and conducted the interviews, and Miller handled the sound design, produced the videos and achieved the impossible getting clean audio from interviews recorded at 50 mph in an open-top Jeep Wrangler.