Another great opportunity to work with BBC radio
As of this week, I became the new 'station voice' of BBC Essex. I've worked in radio in the past and I've done a lot of work with the BBC recently on the likes of the Sara Cox Half Wower voice and the Serious Rockin voice on Chris Evans' Breakfast Show. Providing voiceover for a range of features on a radio station is called voice imaging and it's a pretty big job as it involves regular voiceover work on new segments and promotions. Apart from having a great voice, any good voice imaging professional needs to offer an exceptionally fast turnaround. I pretty much always get my voiceovers back to clients on the same day they're asked of me, so you don't get much faster than that! If you listen to BBC Radio Essex, listen out for my voice in all the jingles and presenter idents!
I love working with the BBC, and have done so on dozens of occasions, and working with their regional teams is another great way of doing this. BBC Essex has a great team and it was a pleasure to work with them. It's great to see a local radio station putting so much work into their broadcast. Incidentally, I have provided voice imaging services for many other regional radio shows around the UK, so if you think you've noticed my voice on your local radio, you're probably right!
If you're looking for voice imaging similar to the work I've done for BBC Essex or perhaps something more specific, such as the Pathe news voice I provided for Radio 1, then please don't hesitate to get in touch. I'm fast, friendly, and dependable, which makes me the perfect voiceover contact if you need regular voice imagining work. If it makes it easier for you, I'm more than happy to provide a free sample from your script to help you make sure I'm right for your brand.