2022 – Review of the Year

2022 – Review of the Year

January has come around again; it’s time for my annual Voiceover review of the year. Time to reflect on the past twelve months and make plans for the year to come.Well, what did we all make of 2022 then? I mean, if we don’t mention the war in Ukraine, economic crisis...
Storyteller, narration, and voiceover

Storyteller, narration, and voiceover

As a successful UK female storyteller, narrator and voiceover, I was recently asked to speak at my daughter’s school to launch their careers week. Now sure, I could have waffled on about how to be a narrator; the technical skills required to be a voiceover, what it...
2021 – A review of a life as a Voiceover

2021 – A review of a life as a Voiceover

Another year as a professional voiceover in the UK It’s all a blur. A strange haze. Where did 2020 end, and 2021 begin? Are we really in 2022 already? I’m confused. Foggy. And I know I’m not the only one. This strange time and space continuum we call the pandemic has...
Voice over IQ and EQ

Voice over IQ and EQ

A smart voice over uses their IQ to change their voice with natural EQ. This is how I use my internal graphic equaliser. Being a professional voiceover artist means being a vocal chameleon. I have to shift my voice to meet the needs of each client and script. It can...
Freelance vs Employed – who does better?

Freelance vs Employed – who does better?

Below is a blog I wrote a long time ago. In it I try to explain why freelance* professionals may seem to earn more than Employed people doing similar work. I wrote it to try and make it clear (to myself and others) why we need to earn more to be on an equal footing to...