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I’m an actor, voice artist, singer, writer and wearer of the red shoes (I love dancing and travelling), which does rather make me sound like a dilettante. Far from it. Acting feeds my writing, dancing feeds my voice, and all of it sometimes even feeds me.

I love my life. Do feel free to browse it.

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After a sabbatical, I’m returning to the acting game. I have a new agent and can’t wait to start lying about my age properly again!

In the meantime, I’ve really enjoyed recording a wide range of VOs recently, particularly a number of audiobooks.

Familiar Magic, Nightmare Realm and Deadly Portent have now been bundled together as  London Coven, giving you more than thirteen hours of listening pleasure. Reviews for the series include:

The narration was some of the best, most entertaining I have heard to date!

It was a pleasure to hear a true artist in Heather.

The story is fast-paced, intriguing and fun, but what really set it apart for me was the narration. Heather Tracy did a fantastic job.

The narration is absolutely AMAZING!

Every character has a separate voice – it’s almost hard to believe it’s just one person!

Heather Tracy did an amazing job bringing these characters to life, and there were many.

Heather Tracy’s arsenal of different voices is engaging and brings the characters of the Uncanny Kingdom to life.

The narration is EXCELLENT! Heather Tracy has been added to my list of favorite narrators!

I’m also getting stuck in recording and mastering further modules for English Through Gardening, a non-profit language and cultural resource for young people, which was officially launched at the BBC Gardeners’ World Exhibition in June. The project emerged from the work with young people in Morocco and Spain over the past few years, facilitated by REEP.

Head to the Voice or Audiobook pages for more details.

You can also keep up with my latest shenanigans on the News page or take a peek at my more eclectic extramural interests by clicking Gallimaufry.