I will record exclusively from home until I’ve been vaccinated for COVID-19 (since no quick turnaround testing, tracing, or isolating policies exist in the US). There is no legitimate way to “properly sterilize” a recording studio when VO recording requires mask removal and central air conditioning has been proven to circulate infectious droplets. Entering a room after an infected person’s singing or yelling exposes you to enough viral particles to establish an infection. An actor entering a recording booth or room after an infected person has just finished a session will likely result in the transmission of COVID-19. A studio cannot “sterilize the air” solely via filtration. “The virus has been shown to remain stable in airborne particles for longer than 2 hours.”  “One minute of talking loudly can produce more than 1,000 virus-containing droplets that could linger in the air for more than eight minutes.”  Insisting voice actors go in to a studio needlessly puts their lives and the lives of the studio staff at risk. Contracting symptomatic long-haul COVID would in fact be career-ending to a voice actor, as long-term effects include fatigue, brain fog, permanent lung damage and shortness of breath. Asymptomatic carriers will never “feel sick” so they will continue to go to work and infect others. Presymptomatic infected are contagious up to 3 days prior to exhibiting any symptoms. From the point of infection it can take up to 14 days before symptoms occur. “Feeling healthy” does not protect you and those around you. Do your part to stop the spread. My statements have been vetted by epidemiologists Dr. David Fisman of the University of Toronto and Dr. Michael Bazaco of the FDA.

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Word of the Nerd Jessica Jones Review


Jessica Jones: Playing With Fire Episode 13 was narrated by Fryda Wolff, as with the rest of the series so far. I honestly think that this series would not have been the same without her. She really does bring Jess’ story to life—as well as the characters who find themselves revolving around her.

It’s worth noting that there are several characters with lines in this episode, all conversing with one another. Wolff kept up with all of that while keeping the characters distinct. In fact, it was a lot of fun listening to them all interact in such a way.

My favorite part of the audio for this week has to be how much emotion she was able to infuse into her voice. Sam’s confusion, Jessica’s complex cocktail of emotions she was going through. All of it. It really brought the scenes to life.

-Cat Wyatt at Word of the Nerd