I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve been named ‘Educational Voiceover Artist of the Year 2019’ in the Private Education and Development Awards. 

    Now, obviously it’s lovely to have won. But the BEST BIT is that it was a client of mine that submitted me for the awards! You can listen to the award-winning entry below.

CV Magazine interviewed me about the award. You can see a full version of the magazine by clicking the image link below.



About the Awards 

The Private Education and Development Awards are run by CV Magazine. 

The private education market is vital, as 85% of the jobs that today’s learners will be doing in 2030 haven’t been invented yet. Preparing young minds to be versatile and resilient for this type of future takes a number of caring and skilled professionals operating in a myriad of disciplines.

Discussing the success of the winners, Edward Faulkner, Awards Coordinator commented:

“From early learning, to adult education, all who make quantitative and qualitative contributions to this vital sector are recognised through this awards programme. I am proud to offer all of my winners my congratulations and best wishes for the future.”


To learn more about the other winners, and to find out the secrets behind their success, please visit https://www.cv-magazine.com.

And there’s more! 

This is the only award I’ve won this year. Back in May I took home the gong for Best Female Radio Drama Performance at the One Voice Awards and I was thrilled to have been a finalist as the Female VO of the year for the 2nd year in a row.

It’s all 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!


    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.