• Guest Announcements: Tiana Camacho, Brittany Lauda & Matt Shipman

    Tiana Camacho

    Tiana Camacho is a voice actress based in Los Angeles known for her work in video games and anime. Her most notable anime roles include being the English voices of Ermes Costello in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean, Bea in Pokémon Journeys, and Yawaragi in Yashahime. She has also worked on games like Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, Fire Emblem Heroes, and Cookie Run Kingdom. Tiana likes dogs, food, educating folks about stem cell donation, and cool candles.

    Brittany Lauda

    Brittany Lauda is a voice actress & ADR director best known for playing Yuzurihain Dr. Stone, Riko in Made in Abyss, Satoko Hojo in Higurashi GOU/SOTSU, Ichigoin DARLING in the FRANXX, Mai in Nichijou, Cow Girl in Goblin Slayer, Lessar in A Certain Magical Index, Kenya in That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime, Doctor in Akudama Drive, Young Law in One Piece, Sui and Sotain Darwin’s Game and Mirim in Queen’s Blade (to name a few!). You can also catch her voice in Pokemon XY, Rainbow High, My Hero Academia, Tokyo Ghoul:re, Super HxEros, the defunct Interspecies Reviewers, Hasbro apps & games like My Little Pony and Transformers, and various video games like MapleStory, Disgaea 6, YS IX: Monstrum Nox, Shadowverse, Granblue Fantasy, Gundam Battle Operation 2, Battlerite, Huniepop, Smite, Yokai Kitchen, Heroes Arena and Minotaur. As an ADR Director, some of her favorite series she has directed (lead/assistant) include: Akudama Drive, Kemono Jihen, Hensuki: Would you fall in love with a pervert, as long as she’s cute?, Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These (both seasons), That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime, and Morose Mononokean. She also co-owns Kocha Sound with her husband Matt Shipman.

    Matt Shipman

    Matt Shipman is a Voice Actor, ADR Writer, ADR Engineer, and all around nerd-guy. He is best known for voicing Chrome in Dr. Stone, Inasa Yoarashi/Sen Kaibara/Mr. Brave/Takeshita in My Hero Academia, Floch in Attack on Titan, Reki Kyan in SK8 The Infinity, and Hiro in DARLING in the FRANXX. Additionally, he can be heard Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V as Shay, Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest as Hajime, One Piece as Cavendish, Akudama Drive as Cutthroat, GOSICK as Kazuya Kujo, Saint Seiya as Hägen, A Certain Scientific Railgun T as Gunha, Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These as Julian Mintz, Goblin Slayer as Greenhorn Warrior, Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru as Higekiri, Black Clover as Alecdora, and many other anime. Matt writes scripts for Funimation (New Game!!, Warlords of Sigrdrifa, Back Arrow, A Certain Scientific Railgun T), Media Blasters (Juden-Chan, Ai no Kusabi) and Discotek Media (She and Her Cat -Everything Flows-) and occasionally assistant directs (Akudama Drive, Kemono Jihen, How Heavy are the Dumbbells you Lift?, Minotaur). He also co-owns Kocha Sound alongside Brittany Lauda. Matt plays Street Fighter, loves the Zero Escape and Persona series, watches seasonal anime, plays card games, and loves to talk about all things nerdy.

  • Guest announcement: John Gremillion

    John Gremillion is a stage, film and voice actor who has been working in anime for over 20 years, providing
    voices for dozens of popular anime titles for ADV, FUNimation, Okratron 5000, and Sentai Filmworks. John’s
    most popular roles include Gentle Criminal in My Hero Academia, Dracule Mihawk in One Piece, Roland
    Chapelle in Food Wars, Arthur Randall in Black Butler, and D in Sentai’s recent re-release of Vampire Hunter
    D (Nomination – Best Male Lead Vocal Performance in an Anime Feature Film, 2015). Other roles include
    Nakeshi Hirokawa in Parasyte: The Maxim, General Liver in Akame Ga Kill!, as well as roles in Attack on
    Titan, Black Clover, Fire Force, Log Horizon and many others.
    A professional video editor for over 20 years, John worked on the supplemental materials ADV’s 2010 release
    of Halo Legends and for FUNimation’s release of Assassination Classroom Vol 2. He studied film at The
    University of Texas at Austin and Theatre Arts at The Juilliard School of Drama.