On this episode of the VIP Ignite podcast, your host Deneen White is excited to have the opportunity to talk to Steve Garrin. He is an author, promoter, voice talent and the founder of the highly acclaimed VoiceWorks® voiceover workshop.Steve started in show business in 1986 as a performer, director, and producer of voiceovers. He then moved onto producing, directing, recording, and editing radio programs and books on tape. His company, VideoActive Productions, expanded to become a full--service digital audio--video production and post--production house.Steve worked on the "Aristocrats" with Paul Provenza and "Make 'Em Laugh" with Michael Kanter/PBS. He recorded, directed and edited Broadway legend, Carol Channing reading her autobiography, "Just Lucky, I Guess", A Memoir of Sorts". Steve produced, directed, recorded, and edited Pat Cooper reading the audio of his autobiography, “How Dare You Say How Dare Me”.Steve has also been a businessman and a sales manager for various leading companies in the restaurant and hotel industry. He was a licensing partner of Joe Franklin's Memory Lane Restaurant in Times Square, (Later to become Joe Franklin's Comedy Club) along with operating partner, Dennis Riese of the Riese Organization.Steve is a voting member of NARAS, NATAS, SAG & AFTRA.