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...
New Commercial Reel

New Commercial Reel

It’s time for a refresh! My New Commercial Reel is ready and I hope you love it as much as I do. Over time our voices change. Not just because we age (ahem!) but because we get better at our jobs. Plus the industry changes and demands different styles, tones and...
2019 Review of the year in Voiceover

2019 Review of the year in Voiceover

I smashed it again! Last year I started a new tradition: write a motivational list on a post-it note with personal and professional goals for the year and pin it to my studio wall. Well, it worked pretty well as you can read in last year’s blog. In 2018 I built a new...
Educational Voiceover Artist of the Year 2019

Educational Voiceover Artist of the Year 2019

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...