Corporate videos are an engaging and effective way to tell stories and communicate messages.
Promotional Video Voiceovers
I recently recorded the voice over for Node 4’s ‘Services Gateway’ video:
The session was directed by their video production company who linked up with my studio via conference call. After the session I delivered a high quality WAV recording to the client.
For live voiceover recording sessions it’s common for me to connect with clients by Skype, ISDN or Source Connect. I’m also happy to record scripts myself and simply deliver the audio by e-mail when it’s finished.
If you are making a corporate video and need a voice over then I’d love to hear from you.
I often work as a voiceover for television. I recently recorded this TV commercial for Treatwell. The TV advert is now airing across the UK. Treatwell is the largest hair and beauty bookings website in Europe.
National TV Commercial Voiceover
I recorded the audio from my professional home studio, taking direction from the client via Source Connect. The advert promotes the Treatwell app (for Apple and Android) which allows people to conveniently book spa and salon appointments at the touch of a button. For the ad I perform the character of a young British man who is bright, upbeat and enthusiastic about the new app.
Voiceover for Radio and Television – Showreel
To hear more commercials I’ve voiced, take a listen to my showreels here.
This medical animation voiceover is aimed at members of the public and explains how the blood-brain barrier works.
Educational Video Narration
Roche are a multinational pharmaceutical company that operate worldwide. They selected my voice for this project and we recorded the script in London. The client directed the session and they were keen to capture a tone that was friendly and informative; they said that my voice was a perfect fit for their recording.
Medical Voiceover Showreel
You can hear and see examples of other medical and technical narration that I’ve recorded on my showreels page.
Over the Hills and Far Away is a short story by Fay Rahman. The audio drama (released in podcast form by Sony Music Entertainment) follows the violent and treacherous life of an English pirate who defects and seeks his fortunes in the Caribbean.
Audiobook Narrator & Voice Actor
The story was written in the third and first person. I used my natural voice for the narrator keen to deliver an engaging performance. For the characters, I gave a believable pirate voice to the protagonist (‘Arrrgh!’) while other characters received accents from Somerset, Manchester and aristocratic beginnings in London.
The story is now available on Spotify and has been fully produced with music and sound effects.
If you would like me to narrate your story please contact me.
I was the recently the audiobook narrator for two stories now available in podcast form on Amazon, Spotify and Deezer.
Audiobook: Surreptitiously Supercilious
Surreptitiously Supercilious by Molly Crighton is a piece of fan fiction based on the love story ‘Notting Hill’. This novel follows the twists and turns of a transatlantic relationship. I narrated the book in its entirety, performing both the British and American accents.
Audiobook: One Man’s Treasure
One Man’s Treasure by Fay Rahman is set in the criminal underworld of medieval England. I had fun recording this story because its scandalous cast lent itself to some quirky regional English accents (‘alright guv’nor?’).