English (British), English (North American), English (Irish), English (Australian)
Australian, British, Irish, North American
Middle Aged, Young Adult
Business, Cartoons, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
I began voiceover in my native Britain where I was the host and narrator for a BBC Schools television series entitled, Getting to Grips with Racism. More TV and voice over work followed. I became the "voice of the people" for a community action show in the south-east of England, imaginatively titled "Action!". I then joined BBC Newsround, which is the longest running news magazine show on British tv, and spent five years there as a narrator for numerous reports and longer form documentaries. After Newsround I became an anchor/reporter for BBC News and was subsequently headhunted by CNN in Atlanta where I wrote and voiced countless reports and long form specials on a variety of sports topics. Besides my television news work I also voiced a number of commercials and promos for distribution in Africa.
Bachelor of Education Honours, London University
VOICE OVER TUTORS
Deborah Richards: Vo Coach/Producer Creative Studios Atlanta
September Day: Atlanta voice over artist and voice of the MTV Awards
Bob Carter: Experienced animation voice actor
Edge Studios: New York vo tuition
Paul Armbruster: Voice over coach
Toria Tolley: Voice over coach
Microphone: Rode NT1A
Computer & Software
Dell, Audacity, Adobe Pro tools
Mbox2 Mini by Digidesign, Sony MDR-7506 Headphones
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