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Working with the Audible team is great, and their current campaign is continuing to develop. They’re promoting their exclusive audiobooks, read with the familiar voices of celebrities. The text-overlay Audible design in combination with Zachary Quinto’s photogenically expressive face make this one of my favorites of our recent shoots together (but can I really choose a favorite?).

“The Dispatcher” is a short story written exclusively for Audible by John Scalzi. It’s up to the listener to decide if the all-powerful narrator is god or devil or a mix of the two, and Quinto’s voice is a perfect fit for such a dichotomous character. Plus, he was a pleasure to work with, and I hope to have him on set again someday in the future.

Stay tuned for images of other celebrity narrators, as I’m excited to say the Audible project is ongoing.

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