Professional voiceover artist, public speaker, advocate and philanthropist, Michele Spitz is dedicated to making the world accessible to all communities by providing her vocal talents to filmmakers, publishers, speaking venues and charitable organizations. Wherever Michele’s voice is, her heart is also; short and full-length documentaries, feature films, museums, children’s programming, industrial videos, audio manuals and public service announcements.
Michele is most passionate about her audio description production and voiceover narration allowing access for visually impaired audiences to experience film and digital media. She has voiced 56 film projects including the documentary features; Pavarotti, Itzhak, How Sweet the Sound - The Blind Boys of Alabama, CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion, Lives Well Lived, Capturing the Flag, Becoming Bulletproof and Dealt. Commercially released films include The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years, and Miss You Already. She also video described The Great Muppet Caper for Disney Cable.