I never thought I'd be typing the words 'what's football got to do with being a voice over artist'. And I certainly didn't think I'd be typing them several times over. But it's been one of those days...Read More »
You'll often hear me saying that my work is all about human connection. Being the voice of a defibrillator is just one of the reasons why I also always say that it's never 'just talking'. A voice rea...Read More »
"The script is around six or seven minutes long, so it’ll only take you ten minutes to record the voice over..."
"Erm…it won’t actually…"
"How come? Joan in accounts has it all figured out!"
Ok, allo...Read More »
Wordsmith, creator of graphics & slave to the outrageously handsome dog, Bertie, I thought it was about time I introduced you to the lovely Ben Ellis, writer of Life's a Gas & a raft other pr...Read More »
"A podcast? But there are so many of them!"
That's what I said to the lovely Helen Roscoe when she urged me to create one. “You could just read stories!” she said. In fairness, a troop of people ha...Read More »
As this most extraordinary of years draws to a close and the days begin to lengthen once more, I just wanted to stop for a moment to say thank you.
To you, my lovely clients, thank you. It's been a j...Read More »
So, the script is written. The style is obvious, no direction needed. Right?
In theory, yes, you're correct. Often it is obvious to an experienced voice over artist. But - & it's a fairly big but...Read More »
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