let me speak up for you
I did my first voiceover in 1993: a radio promotion for … actually I can’t remember who. Since then, I’ve fallen in love with a life behind the microphone. I now work from my own studio, across the landing from my office! That means that I’m here when you need me … and there are no unexpected studio costs!
What do you get? A classic Female British voice, one that is upmarket but utterly approachable.
Got a deadline – well I ‘get’ deadlines, so let’s work together so that you and/ or your client get(s) what they want on time.
Want to listen in on the recording session? No problem.
I’m here to help, so email or pick up the phone and let’s work together to get you the right voice.
services i provide
Video is essential for all businesses these days … for SEO, for visibility, to make you stand out from the crowd. Whether it’s a brand introduction, product explainer, instructions … a great voiceover is the way to deliver your message.
On the radio, or television, or pre-roll on YouTube … commercials are a powerful way of putting your business/ product infront of you customers. Get a great voice to help your ads cut through.
I might have done a few of these over the years. I’m exceptionally proud of the work I have done with Transport for London, the Elizabeth Line, Go North East and others.
Phone System Audio
From one simple answerphone message, to a complex interactive system, if you’re looking for clarityon your phone system then let’s work together.
Online training is part of life for all of us. I’ve worked with many companies to help them deliver training – add a voice and you can add the style, pace, and personality to suit your business.
Oooo I love working on audiobooks. I particularly like bringing to life factual books.
Bring your videos to life
A friend posted the same thing twice on LinkedIn – once in text form, and once as a video of him explaining it. No prizes for guessing which got more traction, greater reach, interaction and shares.
Video is vital for your business. Here’s a video of some of my work.
Come on into my studio
“What I liked about working with Emma was that she just made it happen: I asked her for something quite complicated to arrange, but she went the extra mile to deliver what I wanted.”
Sometimes I write About Talking
How do I promote three businesses … without going mad … and while still looking after my clients?
In praise of Chris Owens’ photography
What is the most frequent question I get asked - it's not going to surprise you. It's how did you end up voicing the Elizabeth Line (until 2022 it was London's buses). So here's the answer. In 2005 I was going for a career change. I wanted a lower profile,...