I recorded my first voiceover in a garden studio in the quaint Cotswold village of Burford (UK) when I was just 12 years old. You can read more about how it all began in my blog.
Little did I know then that the world of voiceovers would one day become my profession.....
If you have any questions that I don't cover below then please don't hesitate to contact me.
Yes absolutely. I’m more than happy to provide a demo of a section of your script to capture the correct tone and delivery prior to proceeding with booking.
My middle name, Catherine.
As mentioned, I recorded my first voiceover when I was 12 but I only obtained a year’s experience as a teenager. Later on, in my mid twenties, I worked for a production company for 18 months primarily recording VOs and followed this up with some ad-hoc voiceover work for a local advertising agency. However, it was in 2016 that my career took off when I set up a home studio and began actively seeking work from various online portals. I’ve not stopped learning, improving and growing since then. And I don’t intend to stop now.
Always standing up. It’s much better for breath control and for letting the voice sit naturally. Sitting down is also a killer!
All over the world. I have recorded voiceovers for clients in Singapore, Dubai, Oman, Hong Kong, Germany, the Netherlands, France, South Africa, Nigeria, the UK, Spain, the USA, Jamaica, Canada, Italy and the list goes on.
I have a BA Hons in Theatre Dance. A 3-year degree obtained from London Studio Centre with a lot of theatre and acting training included as well as dance. I also have over 25 years of teaching experience (it’s imperative to know how to use your voice properly!)
Yes. I speak Castilian Spanish fluently.
Please contact me to provide me with details about the voiceover you need recording and I’ll provide a personalised quote.
Nope. It’s a back-up mic I initially started recording with that is also available for “photo shoots”. It loves having its photo taken.
Will Smith or Dawn French. I think they’d both make me laugh myself silly. And laughing is pure medicine.