An Entrepreneur with an affinity for Skills Development Bradley is no stranger to the Microphone , He has spent 10 years on Community Radio as a Presenter and Host and Voice over Artist working his way from the ground up starting off as a Sound Engineer in his late teens , as an MC today this down to Earth , Self made 34 year old commands a crowd with Respect , High Energy , Humour and Enthusiasm , is quick on his feet and has an incredible warmth that accompanies him in front of an audience , Bradley's passion without a doubt is Broadcast, Music , Business and Skills Development. he loves the rush and on your feet off the cuff thinking and creativity of live Radio and MC 'ing of live events with the interaction of audience and listeners as well as Voice Over work including Narration of documentaries and commercials , He has worked in voice over for 7 years continually looking for avenues to extend himself.
Carly is an enthusiastic Australian native who has been based in London for the past 7 years. Since starting out as a club DJ, she went on to complete a Radio Presenter courses at The Radio Surgery. She has since gone on to voice various projects and host several London based radio shows. Carly is a unique and versatile artist whose tone is bright, warm and inviting with a slight hint of huskiness.
Caroline Duck is a theatre director and teacher of Acting. She has an MA degree in Drama and Performance. She has always worked in the Arts and creative fields. Caroline is from South Africa but has lived for many years in the UK and is currently based in London. She has a versatile voice and was used extensively by Citroen SA to do both the sell (hard and soft) as well as characters. Caroline's voice is perfect for commercial, corporate and varied character work.
Cheyne is a fresh Kiwi import, that has spent the past six years Presenting on some of the biggest radio stations in New Zealand. With a young, honest style, Cheyne is able to deliver a large range from "Frank, easy going" to "Colourful, quirky/ cheeky" and everything in between. Cheyne has a warm Kiwi tone and is a great option for "cutting through" other ads in the break, and as a result spreading YOUR message
Chris Poirier is an American voice-over artist based outside of Chicago. He has 7+ years of experience in the business and is a graduate of the Second City Improv course. His voice is described as conversational, believable, relatable, and genuine. He's voiced thousands of commercials and narration projects and is adept at character voices, one such credit being "Little Live Pets" most recent big hit: the "Cleverkeet Bird" (featured on Ellen).
Corey Malone is a Canadian born actor and voiceover artist who has moved to London to develop his international audience. Although relatively new to the industry, Corey has already appeared in several short films and commercials for companies such as O2 and McDonalds.
Since graduating Drama Centre in 2004 Daniel has worked in numerous areas of performance including TV, film and theatre. Daniel has also directed a number of short films, as well as being a contributing writer on BBC Radio 4extra’s Newsjack. He has also worked on his own radio comedy show on SW1 Radio, London.
Due to his family connections in Canada, Daniel offers a light, friendly and informal quality. Both young and trustworthy, along with a neutrality which can be confident, smooth and when needed, authoritative.
Daniela Acitelli is a professional Audiobook Narrator and Voice over artist with a Theatre, Film and Cabaret background. Her work can be found on Audible, Itunes and Amazon and she is also an official narrator for the RNIB and Listen2aBook publishing.
Danny is a professional rock singer (meaning that he does actually make a living at it!) but over the years has turned his hand to voice work too. While living in Nashville, he ended up the main VO for a Korean toy company, being used for everything from corporate presentations, to the voice of some of their toys!
David hails from Canada. He is an actor, voice artist, role-player and trainer. He was a BBC Radio Drama Company member (1993-94) and has worked extensively as an ‘outside artist’ since. He dubbed numerous Manga films and foreign TV series in the 1990s. He has voiced promos, ads and even children’s’ TV characters. David has been a radio presenter. He has worked on numerous TELF programs, recorded many talking books/short stories and, to this day, does a steady stream of documentary and video narration, ADR and gaming.