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dvoicebox Speaker One imageYou get to learn about a enormous range of things when you record voiceovers – especially if you do corporate voice over work. For example I’ve recorded VO scripts for products as diverse as: a non slip surface for tennis courts; a kind of plastic used in making photovoltaic cells; an iphone app for controlling wood burning stoves; a machine that measures the frequency at which a  human body resonates; pylon manufacture in the United Arab Emirates and and a voiceover explaining how to drive fancy VW cars on rocky terrain.   Sometimes  for reasons of commercial confidentiality you can’t talk about the work you do – sometimes you can.

I hope these blog posts give a flavour of the more interesting voiceover stuff that sometimes comes my way – plus some of the other things I like that I’ve come across on the internet in those moments when I’m waiting for the next script to arrive!



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New Documentary Voice Over

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The Maze is a new documentary for TV and online made by film maker Frederik Moser and blue and green communication. I’ve just recorded some voice over for The Maze where I’m  providing the English translation for German speaker Christian Weichselbaum in an interview.  In the film my first section starts just a few minutes into the 90 mins running time.  So what is the film all about? This... read more »


Bad News for Voiceovers?

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My attention has been drawn to a recent presentation, made at the Adobe MAX 2016 conference in San Diego, which I believe has major implications for those of us working as voice overs and those thinking of getting into voice work. Xeyu Jin took to the stage to demonstrate the new VoCo software.  Apparently once the software has been able to analyse up to 20 minutes of dialogue it... read more »


Free Press video now online

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I was asked by Nynke La Porte at Izzyworks in The Netherlands to provide a voice over narration for a video that was set to open a Free Press event this month in Amsterdam. The event was designed to support and celebrate the work and dedication of journalists and also examine the threats to their lives and safety when covering stories in war zones and places of political unrest.... read more »


Free Press voice over

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I’ve just been recording the voiceover for a hard hitting short film to be used at the opening of a Free Press Unlimited event in the Hague, the Netherlands. Once again I’m working with film maker Nynke La Porte and her team at Izzyworks in Amsterdam and the video is to be used at the opening of the “Stand Up for Journalists and Justice” event on the 2nd of... read more »


Voiceover studio link up

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I’ve recently linked my studio up with a very useful website that’s just the job if you are a voice artist who’s out and about and away from your home studio and suddenly find you need a studio for an urgent voice over session. The way it works with voiceoverstudiofinder is that you just put in your current location or a post code and within seconds you’ll have information... read more »


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