Melissa Chambers

Originally from Melbourne where she trained as an Actor at the Victorian College of the Arts, Melissa has worked as a professional voice, stage and screen performer in Australia, New York City and touring throughout Europe. She has extensive stage experience and also holds a Masters degree in Performance Practice as Research from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Now based in London, Melissa works as a voice artist for clients throughout the world. She has recorded over 50 Audio books in Australian and British accents and having lived in New York City for 6 years has an effortless US accent that has won her jobs for both major brands, web narration and corporate training courses. In New York she was a regular cast member of animated series The Crumpets. Past commercial clients include Covergirl, Sothebys, Aussie Hair and Paypal and corporate clients include MacQuarie Bank, Suncorp and L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival.

Robert Cox

Born and educated in S.E.London, Rob planned to be an art student or journalist on leaving school but instead joined British Transport Advertising. In 1981 he moved to Queensland where creative ambitions flourished as children's author, copywriter, travel writer, TV sitcom writer and broadcaster. His 'Bush Telegraph' radio diary from down under ran weekly on the BBC until he returned to England in 1997. Since then he has taught media studies, published five children’s books and a novel, produced films for schools and been a full time voice over artist and presenter. His VO clients include Barclays - for whom he recorded a ten CD training manual for global distribution - EDF, BP, BBC, RBS, P & O Ferries, the NHS and other government departments. Recently an Australian novel for the RNIB. He has two sons and lives with his wife and cat in an ancient cottage near Hever, Kent.

Sara Lynham

Hailing from the beautiful southern hemisphere, Sara Lynam has your Antipodean needs covered thanks to having an Aussie dad and a Kiwi mum. Sara’s natural tone is often described as strong, calming, knowledgeable and earthy which perfectly suits explainer videos, eLearning and corporate work. With her training as an actor (specifically in musical theatre) she has a knack for accents, particularly American and a strong RP as well. With a penchant for the comedic, Sara’s personality will shine through making her work personable and distinct.

Tash Steger

Tash is a vocalist and voiceover artist with an extensive level of entertainment experience in both Australia and the United States. She is a graduate of Charles Sturt University’s Bachelor of Communications, The Australian Film and Television Academy’s Screen Actor Program, and has also undergone training at Stella Adler, Edge Studio, and Abacus Entertainment in New York City. Tash began vocal training at the age of nine with the Australian Girls Choir. She quickly progressed into its elitist voice and dance groups where she was invited to perform alongside Hugh Jackman in ‘The Boy From Oz’ and at his 40th Birthday, at World Cup matches, as well as supporting artists such as Olivia Newton-John, John Farnham, Troy Cassidaley, and The Wiggles. Tash also toured Australia as a lead singing and acting role in a successful comic cabaret, ‘A World Without Sex. Tash has now moved from NYC to London to purse a career in voiceovers.

Therese Detje

Therese is a 25-year-old who grew up in Melbourne, Australia. She has a Bachelor of Professional Communication from Melbourne's RMIT University, as well as a Master of Tourism she completed in Copenhagen at Aalborg University. She moved to London in 2017, and currently works as a content writer and video maker at a large media company. She's voiced many of the Google Digital Garage educational videos for the Australian market, and has featured as the voiceover for artworks from digital animation artists. She also has her own YouTube channel presenting explainer-type videos to camera. She enjoys cycling around town, travelling and skiing.

Tom Pitiris

Tom relocated to London from the north east coast of Australia in early 2015 to pursue the performing arts. Having grown up in a regional part of Australia he is comfortable with varying Australian accents. He has recently worked on ‘Mamma Mia! Here I Go Again’ and ‘Paddington 2’ as well as a range of online and television commercials and dance projects. Tom has a very warm, friendly and assured tone to his voice and due to his background in musical theatre feels comfortable portraying a range of different character accents and personalities.