I was born in dark, wintry December, but I’ve always preferred the Spring when everything is full of potential, ready to come alive.
Perhaps that’s why I find joy in bringing voiceover projects to life. It’s the same as my love for nurturing seeds in my garden, helping them to grow.
I’ve always been creative. I have an MA in English Literature from Cambridge University, where I spent three years acting (in everything from Shakespeare to musicals) and won the Chaucer Reading Prize for performing in Middle English (not a skill I need very often, but maybe one day...).
After uni, I moved to London, was awarded a postgraduate diploma in Broadcast Journalism, and became a
multi-skilled TV News Producer. I worked at the BBC, ITN and Sky, where I perfected the craft of narration and
storytelling over 7 years. I was a Reporter and Presenter, and later became a Programme Editor and Executive Producer. I gained huge amounts of experience heading up live programmes; I was a key player in the live on-air control room on 9/11.
When I became a mum, I moved to the countryside and became a full-time Voiceover Artist.
My Sussex studio is just 90 minutes from London and 20 minutes from Gatwick airport.
I carefully cultivate my voiceover skills. I’m always learning - studying with coaches, taking courses, attending conferences, classes, and workshops.
And my career is flourishing. I cherish my clients just as I care for my plants over the seasons. I’m regularly thanked for being efficient, thorough and a pleasure to work with. My clients have complete confidence in my services, which is why so many of them come back to me again and again.
They know I’m fabulous
from the ground up.