I’m unskilled but…..while all my school friends were meeting up on “the corner” to smoke fags, I was dancing. I’m unskilled but…..at 12 I had my first paid work (voiceovers). I’m unskilled but…..from 14 to 18 I worked on weekends as a waitress, busser, shop assistant and assistant dance teacher. I’m unskilled but…..while other friends […]
Hello! I'm Lucy Brown - an established British Voiceover Artist with a genuine, reassuring, classy, natural, distinct and playful voice. I'm efficient, proactive and fun to work with and always reach deadlines. I connect with clients and studios around the globe and take great pride in providing a genuinely sound service.
Pro Home Studio
DemVox sound isolation booth. Shure SM7B Mic plus Fethead, Audient iD14 interface, Adobe Audition.
I respond swiftly to all enquiries. You can contact me via email, telephone, WhatsApp, Skype.
Connect with me via Clean Feed, Zoom, Skype, ipDTL, Source Connect Now.
I’m not superhuman, but I haven’t missed a deadline yet. Transparent communication with clients is key to ensure no-one is disappointed.
Via email (when file size permits), WeTransfer, Dropbox, Google Drive, FTP.
I’m an experienced copywriter with a keen eye and can proof and edit scripts where needed.
I grew up in a beautiful but very small village in Oxfordshire, England and spent most of my teen years trying to escape to the City. I managed this at 16 but my sights were still on something bigger.......
FROM MY BLOG
If you’re going to hire a voiceover artist/actor, then hire a pro. One who has invested and continues to invest in: Sound proofing and studio conditioning Equipment Training, training and more training And one who has enough experience and client etiquette to provide a rounded, efficient and impeccable service. In today’s market, and more so […]
We’re fighting against a global health emergency and are having to drastically adapt our lives. If you’re a mum, or dad, who needs to work from home and care for your kids at the same time, it can be very overwhelming. How can I juggle work, homeschooling, preparing food and housework? How can I cope […]
I almost failed drama GCSE*. Yes, drama. Despite years of private Guildhall speech and drama lessons, summers spent creating weird and wonderful productions in a local theatre and a love for all things dramatic, I was 2 grades from failing my drama GCSE. It’s easy to blame failure on someone else, but, I am justified […]
2019 – I’m coming to get ya! Whether your goals are large or small, it’s good to have them. To keep you on track. To keep you steaming ahead. To neatly tick them off a list using a red sparkly pen if that makes you content. Or as a reminder of what’s important to you […]