My voiceover career spans back to 2001, when I was working as a broadcast journalist at a local radio station in East Sussex and I was asked to
voice some adverts for a sister station within the same group.
After that, I decided to take a leap of faith and put myself out there as a voiceover artist, as it really went hand-in-hand with my radio work.
Since then, I have worked for countless companies around the world, supplying voiceovers for audiobooks, radio and TV adverts, phone systems (IVR),
documentaries, radio station imaging, podcasts, apps, independent films and corporate pieces.
My English accent is typically described as RP. It has also been described as smooth, authoritative, compelling, sexy and natural.
Over the years, I have been asked many times why people should invest in having a professional voiceover recorded for their company. The answer
is simple, if you want your business to be taken seriously and allow customers to know you are offering the best possible service, why wouldn't you
get professionals to help you? Yes, you may have been told you have a 'nice voice', but do you have the knowhow on how to record a good quality
voiceover, or the ability to make a script sound natural? Chances are, unless you've had proper training in the field, the answer to both, is "no".
As an experienced voiceover artist, who's been in the broadcast industry for nearly 20 years, I can help to add an extra dimension to your company,
whether you need a friendly, yet professional greeting for your business phone, or an approachable voice to help your employees engage with e-learning
sessions. There's very little I haven't done within the voiceover and broadcast industry, so I know I have what's needed to help bring your project to
life - no matter what that may be.
If you need a quality and professional British female voiceover for your project, please do get in touch to discuss how we could work together. I have a
home studio, so you don't have to worry about expensive studio fees and you can be assured of a fast turn around on scripts.