Best Female Radio Drama Performance
I’m chuffed to bits to have been awarded a prestigious One Voice Award for my radio drama work. It’s an absolute honour as the competition was stiff and the standards were very high.
Over 2500 people entered the awards, being a finalist means you’re in the top 2% of the industry, so to win is an absolute thrill.
My win for Best Female Radio Drama Performance was for my work on ATA Girl; the amazing World War II drama produced by Big Finish. It was an honour to bring the amazing story of the female pilots to life. I must thank Louise Jameson (the director and life-blood behind the project), Helen Goldwyn the producer and the whole cast and team that made it such a special project.
Can you spot me in the amazing image?
Listen to my winning entry below
Nominated for Female VO of the year – 2 years in a row!
It wasn’t just the Radio Drama category! This year I was a finalist in the following categories:
- Female Voiceover Artist of the Year
- Best Female Radio Commercial
That’s the 2nd year in a row for both Best Female and Radio drama, a 1st for Radio Commercial and last year I was a finalist in the Best Corporate Performance.
It’s a wonderful reflection of the hard graft I put in during 2018. It was a tough year, but full of so many successes. I voiced my 1st video game and cinema commercial, built a new studio, became a continuity announcer and smashed my income targets. Let’s hope 2019 can be just as good!
About the awards
The awards are part of the One Voice Conference created by Gravy for the Brain. They say “The One Voice Conference is aimed at all levels of Voiceover Professional; from Beginner to Expert. Our goal is to take the voiceover industry forward and create a new standard of voice acting conference. Everyone is invited because each and every one of us works, plays a part, or simply loves the world of voiceover.”
A full list of all the categories, winners and nominees is available and the event took place in the DoubleTree by Hilton, Docklands hotel on 11th May 2019.
My other Radio Drama Work
If you’d like to know more about some of my radio drama work, including 6 Doctor Who dramas and a Torchwood, then check out my blog.