Voiceover House Minute
Voiceover Elderly Woman
Voiceover Home Studio
I love being behind the microphone. For a start, I don’t have to slap on makeup or do my hair, and if I’m working from home I don’t have to bother with travel either. Slatternly turn.
I’ve worked across a wide range of genres including ADR and drama. I also sing – in fact, those jingles behind a couple of the commercials are all my own work! I mainly record from home and recent jobs include a number of corporates, a narration for VR, animations and short films, and promotional material for Somnai, the immersive experience taking London by storm. Some of the client logos below have links to more information.
Audiobooks and Audiodramas
Just a selection of titles I’ve worked on. Click on the picture for more information.
Eve – A Christmas Ghost Story: “The narrator’s accent [Yorkshire] added to the essence of this book. Her rich, warm accent suited the tale perfectly.” “Really loved this book and the narrator was fantastic – her northern accent was spot on.” “Didn’t want to put it on pause. Great listen, well narrated too.”
Her Final Flight: “Cliched Rashaa may be, but she’s impressively nasty and Heather Tracy imbues the role with a certain relish.” “Heather Tracy is nicely sinister as the deadly Rashaa.” “Heather Tracy impresses as the Doctor’s foe.”
I have a number of free downloads for Eve to give away. Please contact me for your code and instructions.
A note on accents: A client once told me I was rather like Joanna Lumley, only cheaper. It’s all very confusing given that my dad was a real gorblimey Eastender and my mother grew up in Leeds. Dad reinvented himself when he joined the RAF, knowing he would never make officer status without perfect BBC vowels, so I grew up copying him. But I’m the accent equivalent of a sleeper agent, ready to unleash my Alf Garnett or Thora Hird upon suitable remuneration. Honest, gov. Ecky-thump.