Philip Ridley’s collection of short stories (Flamingoes in Orbit) – like his two adult novels, Crocodilia and In the Eyes of Mr Fury – became an instant cult classic when first published in 1990.
Flamingoes in Orbit Audiobook Recording
‘Flamingoes in Orbit’ was updated and re-released in 2019. I auditioned to be the audiobook narrator and I’m very proud to say that I got the part.
These stories were a pleasure to bring to life: A multitude of interesting and believable characters jumped out at me from the page and lent themselves to a range of British accents.
my performance of the novel in October and November 2018 and Ridley’s accurate, engaging and sometimes controversial storytelling literally made me laugh and cry. 5 Minute Preview
This great book is about coming of age, family dynamics and being gay in 80’s England,
“ in a world still bristling with prejudice, and (it) sings and howls with the need for equality and freedom.”
“Menace lurks in the shady corners of family life…. Chilling.” (Time Out)
“Ridley is a visionary.” (Rolling Stone)
The audiobook is now available from
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EC3 recently commissioned this beautiful conceptual video and they asked me to provide the voice over.
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I love this video, it’s from a set of 3 short educational films that I narrated for Cambridge University.
Beakus London produced it and they’ve done a great job. Their imaginative animations and the concise scripting bring the topic to life in a very captivating way.
Vodafone chose me as the voice of their national UK radio advertising campaign between 2010 and 2012.
The BBC booked me to record this urban documentary voice over in 2012 after hearing
this natural and raw sounding showreel saying “your showreel really stood out from the others I have heard as being a perfect voice for the film”.
When Grand Theft Auto 4 was released in 2008 it was the biggest game in the world. I was the voice on its UK and Ireland TV and Cinema adverts (see 0’53 seconds).