Since documentary narration tends to shepherd the viewer along a journey without imposing too much personal emotion, Dennis does just that by inviting the viewer to experience, learn and grow from the interaction of the documentary film which he narrates.
Dennis has worked on an entire library explaining the origins of Zionism using a slight Mid-Atlantic accent that opens itself to the listenership of a wide population of people, presented without bias or political position, allowing his viewers to understand and learn from the historical facts that have been presented by the producers of the series. Documentary film is one of Dennis’ favorites genres for his personal entertainment experience, and therefore there is a slight irony in the fact that he follows the style and the voice of Sir David Attenborough with such perfection, embodying the calm and informative voice style that is so iconic in the documentary world.
With his love of language and imagery, Dennis is able to gracefully take the viewer along a pleasing and enjoyable journey matching voice to picture and atmosphere that the project presents. He has worked on animal encounter projects, protection of animals through the use of drones and documentaries on endangered species and species at risk. Dennis easily documents the information of the films and videos that he brings alive in a clear and perfectly enunciated manner, in tones that can be alluring and informative, yet also serious and to the point, using his masterful approach to the spoken word. The growth and wide reach of documentary film provides such a wealth of knowledge and information to be shared, and with Dennis’ love of this medium, he finds himself well suited to add his voice talents to meaningful and interesting subject matter with the grace and sophistication that he brings.