David Ronald Bourgeois
Sound Design and voice over
Bourgeois is the President and Creative Director of Voice Coaches, a voice-over training company based in Albany, New York. Company services include voice-over and communication training as well as voice-over recording and production.    
|Credited role||Show title||Network||Episodes|
|voice over recording||The Wig People||web-based|
|voice over recording||FreeStyle||HGTV|
|voice over recording||Bride vs. Bride||WE tv|
|voice over recording||While You Were Out||TLC|
From 1997 to present, Bourgeois has also contributed sound editing and voice-over production to a variety of short and feature-length film projects.
|Release date||Title||Genre||Credited role|
|2016||This is Andromeda||short film|
|2014||Ballin' at the Graveyard||documentary|
|2014||All for the Birds||short|
|2013||Stepping Toward the Lion: Finding My Story||documentary short|
|2013||Fighting for Freedom||drama|
|2012||Her Telling Heart||short film|
|2012||You Have One Message||short film|
|2012||Save the Date||short film|
|2011||The Summer Monster||short film|
|2011||Whisper Me a Lullaby||drama|
|2010||Beneath the Same Sky||short film|
|2010||Ethnic Breath Mints||short film|
|2010||Greatest Man Alive||short film|
|2010||The Trampoline||short film|
|2008||Against the Wind||short film|
|2007||Letting Go||short film|
|2005||The Last Round||drama|
|1999||Shadow Tracker: Vampire Hunter||horror|
Bridge Road Entertainment
Bourgeois, along with his wife Anna, is the co-owner of Bridge Road Entertainment, an entertainment production and development company based in Albany, New York. Bridge Road Entertainment's current artist roster includes sibling blues-rock musicians Jocelyn and Chris Arndt and country artist Vinny Michaels. Bourgeois acts as manager and producer.
Jocelyn and Chris Arndt
Since he began working with Jocelyn and Chris in 2013, they have recorded and produced a studio EP (Strangers in Fairyland), two full-length albums (Edges and Go), and a live LP (30,000 Miles).   A musician himself, Bourgeois also contributed drumming, percussion, and synthesizer programming to these releases.
The album includes single "Footprints on the Moon," which was Billboard's 5th most added Adult Album Alternative track in the nation the week of its release to radio, and "Red Stops Traffic," which debuted on the Billboard AAA Top 40 Indicator Chart at No. 37 in December 2017. "Red Stops Traffic" remained in the Top 40 for six weeks total, peaking at No. 35. 
The first month of its release, Go appeared at No. 2 on the Relix National Jamband Top 30 Chart. It remained in the No. 2 position through July, dropping to No. 9 in August and No. 10 in September. The album fell off the chart in October 2017, reappearing at No. 17 in November.
Jocelyn and Chris are due to release a new full-length album produced by Bourgeois on February 22, 2019. Titled The Fun in the Fight, it features eleven original tracks and special guest players including Danny Louis of Gov't Mule, Cory Wong of Vulfpeck, and Beau Sasser of Kung Fu.
Country artist Vinny Michaels signed with Bourgeois under Bridge Road Entertainment in 2018. Since then, he has debuted one single titled "Crazy," with plans to release his first full-length album in the spring. 
Bridge Road Entertainment previously managed and developed country singer-songwriter Chelsea Cavanaugh, whose debut LP Simply was released in 2013.
|Release date||Title||Artist||Credited roles|
|2019||The Fun in the Fight (Studio LP)||Jocelyn and Chris Arndt|
|2017||Go (Studio LP)||Jocelyn and Chris Arndt|
|2017||30,000 Miles (Live LP)||Jocelyn and Chris Arndt|
|2016||Edges (Studio LP)||Jocelyn and Chris Arndt|
|2014||Strangers in Fairyland (Studio EP)||Jocelyn and Chris Arndt|
|2013||Simply (Studio LP)||Chelsea Cavanaugh|
|2007||All for a Reason (Studio LP)||Flame|
|2007||Holiday Classics (Studio LP)||Flame|
White Lake Music and Post
In 2010, Bourgeois and his wife Anna opened White Lake Music & Post, a recording and post-production facility located in Schenectady. The facility is named after White Lake in the Adirondack Mountains, where the Bourgeois family has had a camp for three generations. 
Bourgeois is originally from Boonville, New York. A self-proclaimed "music geek," he played percussion in a variety of groups and ensembles throughout elementary and high school. He credits much of his current success to his parents' support for his early decision to pursue a career in the arts:
|“||My parents always made my sister and I feel that we could accomplish anything as long as we understood the work involved to reach our goals. There's no question that this support has played a big part in my life today.||”|
|— Bourgeois, Success Magazine, Ltd.|
At age twenty, Bourgeois moved to Albany in pursuit of his musical interests, performing and recording in multiple area bands and studying percussion and electronic music at the University at Albany. He soon began to gain studio experience as well, starting with recording and composition for singer-songwriters and commercial advertising and progressing to projects that cemented his role as a music producer.
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- "Believe in May" Relix.com. Radio Chart Archive. May 28, 2017. Retrieved October 23, 2017.
- "2017/06/28: Still Believe" Relix.com. Radio Chart Archive. June 28, 2017. Retrieved October 23, 2017.
- "2017/07/29: String Cheese Holds" Relix.com. Radio Chart Archive. July 29, 2017. Retrieved October 23, 2017.
- "Twiddle on Top" Relix.com. Radio Chart Archive. August 30, 2017. Retrieved October 23, 2017.
- "Lukas Nelson & The Promise Of The Real Make Their Move" Relix.com. Radio Chart Archive. September 26, 2017. Retrieved October 23, 2017.
- "OGOGO All The WAY" Relix.com. Radio Chart Archive. October 26, 2017. Retrieved December 5, 2017.
- "The Desaturating Seven at Number One" Relix.com. Radio Chart Archive. November 28, 2017. Retrieved December 5, 2017.
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