“One of those rare voices you can rely on
to deliver any script thrown at her as if she’s been rehearsing it for years.”
– Nick Haverson (producer)
Recent roles include enigmatic half-demon Malady in ‘Divinity Original Sin 2’ (Larian Studios), the lead role of Scarlet in IndieCade2019 ‘Best Performance’ award-winning ‘The Occupation’ (White Paper Games), conflicted nymph queen Nyrissa in ‘Pathfinder: Kingmaker’ (Owlcat Games)… plus multiple characters in ‘Star Wars Battlefront II’ (EA), ‘Elite Dangerous’ (Frontier Developments), ‘Forgotton Anne’ (Throughline Games/Square Enix’), ‘We Happy Few’ (Compulsion Games) and ‘Battlefield V’ (EA).
As well as having decades of acting and voicing experience I’m also an avid gamer so I truly understand how to give a dev team exactly what they need from a recording session. Oh, and I’m one of those weirdos who really loves doing emotes!
My years of experience voicing for some of the world’s top brands mean that I’m known for my total understanding of commercial copy and my ability to give a script that elusive extra special something without sounding ‘voiceovery’.
My natural soft RP/Midlands accent gives my reads a professional-yet-human feel, making it easy to get information across clearly while simultaneously immersing listeners in the company’s unique personality. I’m also known for my ability to make even the most baffling technical script make perfect sense.
I’m renowned for my excellent to-picture timing and being able to instantly switch styles in order to really sell a show. I’m also a seasoned continuity announcer (both live and pre-recorded) and can even pen my own scripts, giving your channel its own distinct personality.
I’ve lent my larynx to everything from hard-hitting factual museum commentary to heartwarming TV series about weddings and babies, plus explained Pi (in Latin!) along the way.
I can record at the studio of your choice or (if you’re not a big fan of faces / don’t have recording facilities) you can direct me remotely at my full broadcast quality studio via ISDN, Source Connect, ipDTL or Skype. Alternatively, I’m more than happy to self-direct and send the audio back in whatever format you’d prefer.