Jules Demo Oct 14
- AVAILABLE TODAY!
Under 24hr delivery
- AGE RANGE: Young adult, Middle aged
- Native accent: England - Derby
- Gender: Female
I am a professional voice artist, network BBC radio producer and media trainer with many years of experience.
I’m extremely versatile and great at taking direction in order to achieve the right style, pace and tone for your project. I’ve worked on everything from film trailers and meditation apps to adverts for Huggies Nappies!
My rates are reasonable and my standards are high. Be it voice-overs, media training or any kind of production you need help with, I’d be delighted to hear from you and happy to discuss your audio needs. I deliver high quality MP3 or WAV files from my home studio in the UK and pride myself on fast turnaround and great client communication.Click here to post a free audition request - select my name in the preferred voice artist menu if you'd like auditions from me or voices similar to mine.
Roland R05 professional recorder and home studio. Also Samson USB condenser mic if required. Happy to travel to studio if necessary.
I started making radio at the age of 13, volunteering at my local hospital radio station and being paid in biscuits. A few years later, I graduated from University with a first in my BA (Hons) Media Production degree, and started my career proper working for the great Piers Plowright at BBC Radio 4. I went on to be a presenter and producer for various BBC stations, moved to Belfast for a few years as a presenter for their major commercial station Cool FM, and then travelled around the world with BFBS, the forces radio station. I was the first female BFBS broadcaster on detachment to Basrah, and spent a total of six months emulating ‘Good Morning Vietnam’ and presenting the Middle East Breakfast show. Back home at the network, I took the helm of the Evening Show, introducing new music to a global audience across 23 countries. I had some incredible opportunities reporting backstage from music festivals such as SXSW in Texas and somewhat closer to home, Glastonbury – and have interviewed many major artists and film stars. After a happy few years with BFBS, I went freelance as a showbiz reporter for IRN. These days, I balance bringing up my young daughter at home in Somerset with being a freelance producer at BBC Radio 2, on the Jeremy Vine Show – and BBC Radio Bristol, on the Afternoon Show. I do voice-overs, I make podcasts and documentaries, I train clients how to excel in media interviews. If you are interested in working with me – be it as a potential client or a fellow radio enthusiast (read – geek) – then drop me a line and let’s talk.
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