Sun-tzu’s “The Art of War” narrated by Tom Knight

Sun-tzu’s “The Art of War” is commonly known to be the definitive work on military strategy and tactics. Ideas and concepts taken from it have been used not only on the battlefield, but in sports, politics, and business. It is my personal favorite.



Star 94′s Million Dollar Birthday Game promos

Here’s a couple of recently recorded promos I voiced for Atlanta pop station Star 94′s “Million Dollar Birthday Game”.

The first one is in the style of a movie trailer. (With a hearty THANK YOU to the legendary Don LaFontaine and Ashton Smith for providing the inspiration on this!) And the second one is in the style of a common public service announcement. Enjoy!

World Malaria Day 2014 1

April 25th, 2014 is World Malaria Day, and I was hired by the folks at to narrate this short video presentation that details the catastrophic nature of mosquitoes, and a new drug that could prove to turn humans into lethal weapons against the bugs–killing them as soon as they bite us!

Dos Equis: Nancy Wolfson 17

In this parody of the Dos Equis “Most Interesting Man in the World”, I had lots of fun with my Will Lyman imitation, as well as coming up with as many fun “Nancy truths” as I could muster! Enjoy!


Private Lessons, Acura, Akamai, Radio, and Reality TV 4

Well, it’s been a really long time since writing an actual blog post…mostly because I wasn’t exactly sure what to say. And wow, there are so many suggestions out there about “best practices”, or “what we should write about”, or “how to reach a perfectly-targeted audience” and all… Like, should my posts inspire? Inform? Educate? […]

Tom Knight narrates “Badwater” trailer 2

I was hired by Greenhouse Studio to narrate this trailer for the Badwater ultramarathon – also known as “the world’s toughest race” – where the participants must run a 135-mile course in California’s Death Valley. It begins 282 feet below sea level (Badwater Basin); ending at an elevation of 8360 feet (Whitney portal). The race is held in July when temperatures can soar above 120 degrees–even in the shade. Unbelievably, the record was set by Valmir Nunes who finished the course in 22 hours 51 minutes 29 seconds. Enjoy!