Faff Camp is a peer-to-peer professional development conference for working voiceover pros (not just voice talents, voice actors, and narrators, but all pros who do work related to voice overs). It’s participant driven and highly interactive, just like its sister event FaffCon. But much of the agenda is set in advance, which makes it possible for us to welcome a larger group.
Plus, there are cool things we do only at Faff Camp, like Topic Tables, Adopt-a-Question, and Lightning Talks! And since we have two tracks, Starting Smart and Working Pro, we welcome voice talents at all career stages. Come learn how to get to the next level, no matter what level you’re on now!
It’s a FaffCon-style event, so the content is tailored to working voice over pros.
We also have a Starting Right track. So, we also welcome smart, ambitious industry newcomers. There are built-in opportunities to get answers to more basic questions woven through the event. And, like the commercial VO who wants to get into audiobooks and the telephony pro who’d like to do radio spots, we’re all new at something. Even if you’re a long-time VO veteran, there might just be Starting Right session you’d like to attend!
Then, who should come? Working pro voice actors, actors and radio personalities looking to transition to VO, announcers, narrators, producers, booth directors, casting directors, VO talent agents, advertising creatives, audio editors & sound engineers, copywriters, eLearning providers, and explainer video creators.
And, if you’re a voiceover newcomer who’s beyond the “everyone tells me I have a great voice” stage, you should come too. But only if you want the ‘from-the-trenches’ truth. If you’re expecting the usual flattery, pipe dreams, and sales pitches, you’re in the wrong place. Faff events attract the most generous, welcoming, straight-shooting people in our industry. There’s no better place to get the ‘white hat’ advice that will help you avoid costly missteps and predatory marketers. Faff Camp is the best place to hear “what I wished I known” and “what I would have done differently” stories that may just help you avoid a few speedbumps on your road to success.
FaffCon 7 broke yet another sell-out record and we have our longest Standby list ever.
The number of people who want to be at the next FaffCon grows with each event. With registration capped at 100, and with so few FaffCons left, the number of disappointed people grows too.
This keeps us up at night.
Enter Faff Camp, a sister event with a modified format that can work with a larger group, but is still packed with the career-changing stuff that FaffCon’s known for.