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Hi! I’m Marty!

I am a voice over artist and podcaster. Outside of my own podcasts, I work with business and non-profit organizations to create, produce, distribute, and market custom branded podcasts.

Away from work, you will find me enjoying my greatest gift and passion, my family.  My wife has been putting up with me while also lifting me up for over 30 years! Together, we are blessed to be mom and dad to our children who are our constant, curious, and energetic teachers. Of course, no house is really a home without a dog, so we have two!

At the center of our family is our faith in and reliance on Christ.


My family is my pride and joy.

An amazing wife, 2 wonderfully insane kids, loving in-laws, and so many other people who have become family over the years. What a full and rich life we have created!

As a family, we have many adventures and shared many struggles but I wouldn’t change one thing because it is how we’ve landed where we are, right now!



I produce branded podcasts for business clients to help them grow their bottom line. I enjoy it because it allows me to help these people and organizations tell their stories in a powerful and unique way!!



Some people collect stamps, others collect cars…


I host the worlds NUMBER 1 podcast talking about matchbooks. I’ve been a collector since I was 9 and have always loved the artwork, history, and creativity!


I love going to flea markets, garage sales, or even touring the ally’s of our neighborhood to find treasures in need of TLC to resell!


I grew up camping with my family, when I was performing standup my wife and I traveled in an RV, recently we purchased a 1978 Winnebago to restore and then tour the country in!

Cincinnati Reds Baseball!

In 1975 I was the 8-year-old hotshot shortstop for the U10 league at the Hilltop YMCA in Columbus, OH. During that summer I hit a grand slam, was the pivotal 6 in numerous 6-4-3 double plays and was selected for my first league all-star appearance!!

That’s right, it’s me!

Obviously, my passion for the game outpaced my abilities to play but I owe all of my early success on the diamond to my baseball hero, Davey Concepcion, the hotshot shortstop of the World Champion Cincinnati Reds! He was the greatest shortstop of his era and his absence from the Baseball HOF serves as a clear example of how ill-informed the voting body is.

That being the backdrop of my introduction to baseball I am now and will forever be a fan of the Cincinnati Reds, baseballs oldest professional franchise.

I blame Dave Concepcion and the Reds teams of the 1970’s for my unflinching loyalty to the Cincinnati Reds.

One of the most successful coaches in the history of college or professional football, Wayne Woodrow Hayes!


So there I was, Columbus, OH in the 1970’s. Life started and ended with what took place in “The Shoe” on Saturday.

  • Woody & Bo –  The 10 Year War.
  • Archie Griffin – College Football’s only Two (2) time Heisman Trophy Winner.
  • The Best Damn Band In The Land – All Brass, the way a band should be!

After high school I attended THE, and during that time I sat in the student cheer section known as BLOCK “O”…what a blast!

I miss the rivalry between Ohio State and that team up north. I look forward to when they add football back into their sports programs.

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