Anna-Jane Stilwell

Anna-Jane trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London and has worked as a voice-over artist for over 5 years. She has worked with clients such as Barclaycard, Tesco, Nokia or British Transport Police. She is the voice of the Booking.com TV commercial (2017/2018).

Julia Krynke

Julia is an award winning Polish born and trained actress and voiceover artist based in London, fluent in Polish, English and German.Her natural vocal tone is relaxed, engaging, assured and captivating; however, as an experienced actress she is capable of a wide range of expressive voice characters from teens to 50 years of age.Her delivery is extremely versatile, from the voice of the main audio guide in the House of European History in Brussels to high-profile advertising campaigns (Intimissimi), IVR (Expedia), ADR (Amazon Prime), corporate training (Oracle) and language apps (Eurotalk). Julia has the capabilities to use a variety of different accents in English and German, such as Russian, Polish and other Eastern and Central European accents.Julia is also a classically trained musician and has a clear understanding of pitch and timing as well as improvisation.

Maciek Trzpis-Miedziewski

Maciek is a graduate from East 15 Acting School. His professional theatre credits include Henry V at Regents Park Theatre and Three Short Plays by Jon Fosse at Tristan Bates Theatre, and he has recently done voiceover work for Pearson PLC. The youthful energy in his voice makes him suitable for a range of voiceover work, and he can handle work in both his native Polish and English languages.

Maciej Ruszkiewicz

Maciej is an experienced Polish TV presenter. With many years of gameshow experience under his belt in his native Poland, he's now perusing an acting and voiceover career here in the UK. Recent clients include Cisco, Mars, H+M, Zebra Printers, Microsoft and CartoonITO

Aleksandra Lewandowska

Aleksandra has over 10 years of experience in theatre acting, poetry reading and collaborating in various projects revolving around voice work. Capable of delivering Polish, UK English and Russian accents and able to imitate many other accents and voices. Versatile, sensitive, emotional and funny, she can play both Jane Eyre and King Julian from Madagascar. Apart from voiceover work she also sings Polish folk songs, writes screenplays and scripts for cultural events and does stand-up comedy.

Aneta Piotrowska

Over the past seven years Aneta has worked as a voice over artist, actor and presenter both in Poland and the UK for companies such as BBC (Cbeebies), Disney Channel (Poland), TCM, NOKIA, TK MAXX, HSBC, Discovery Channel, Vodafone, BBH, Oxford University Press, Macmillan among others. As well as Polish, she can deliver general Eastern European and Russian accents and has a wide range of deliveries, ranging from young and upbeat to smooth and authoritative.