A little more



My work experience stretches across a wide variety of sectors - wellness, entertainment, performance, investments, marketing, real estate, teaching, coaching, presenting - and I draw from this experience to provide context and meaning to my voiceover work.

I’ve been avidly telling stories since I was a little girl – first through acting, completing various grades with Guildhall School of Speech and Drama, then through dance, choreography and dance teaching, later via marketing and copywriting, and over the last ten years through voiceovers and narration.

I first stumbled into the world of voiceovers at the age of 13 – back when everything we listened to was either via the radio or on cassettes. I had the privilege of working with Red Dwarf actor Robert Llewellyn aka Kryten on creating content for GCSE science study recordings. It was an incredible experience and so much fun! We were regularly kicked out of the studio due to the perpetual giggling (imagine Kryten trying to pronounce “feces” and then imagine a teenager listening to the word “feces” mis-pronounced…I think you’ll get the picture).

Some 17 years later, I had an opportunity to return to the world of voiceovers through a Production Assistant position with Videojug where I recorded a huge volume of voiceovers for their “how-to” video collection.

It was in 2015, and facing an imminent redundancy from the marketing role I’d held in an investment company, that I began to launch my voiceover business. And I’ve not looked back since then.

Your Questions Answered

If you have any questions that I don't cover below then please don't hesitate to contact me.

Do I provide custom demos/auditions?

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.

What does the C in lucycbrown stand for?

My middle name, Catherine.

How many years experience do I have?

I recorded my first voiceover when I was 12 and gained 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.

Do I record standing up or sitting down?

Always standing up. It’s much better for breath control and for letting the voice sit naturally. Sitting down is also a killer!

What countries are my clients based in?

All over the world. I have recorded voiceovers for clients in Singapore, Dubai, Oman, Hong Kong, Israel, India, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, France, South Africa, Nigeria, the UK, Spain, the USA, Jamaica, Canada, Italy and the list goes on.

What other relevant experience do I have?

I studied Guildhall Speech and Drama as a child. I have a BA Hons in Theatre Dance from London Studio Centre with 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!)

Do I speak any other languages?

Yes. I speak Castilian Spanish fluently.

What are my rates?

Please contact me to provide me with details about the voiceover you need recording and I’ll provide a personalised quote.

If I could have dinner with someone famous, who would I choose?

Will Smith or Dawn French. I think they’d both make me laugh myself silly. And laughing is pure medicine.