George Godfrey

George has a natural, warm northern voice ideal for any campaign. His distinct Lancashire baritone means he is able to sound beyond his years - something which has appealed to an impressive roster of clients including Sky Sports, Tesco, Topman and Bauer Media. Balancing voice over with a career in radio, he made his break at just 21, joining Absolute Radio straight from University as their youngest ever presenter. He most recently hosted their weekend breakfast show.

Ian Collins

LBC Presenter, BBC Five Live regular, Sky & BBC News Channel pundit, occasional mouthpiece for BBC2's Daily Politics & BBC1's This Week and can sometimes be heard getting a public lashing on Radio 4's The Moral Maze, Ian is a member of the Westminster Press Gallery, writer of comedy, prolific podcaster, script editor, deviser of all manner of TV and Radio formats (some you may have even heard of) and is soon to complete his second book, 87 People I'd Like to Slap.

James Burrell

James spent nearly 20 years developing his voice skills in the radio industry. During this time he became a five time Sony Award winner, presenting programmes on some of the UK‘s largest regional and national radio stations, including Virgin and Capital Gold. His programme included character based sketches which allowed him to experiment with different voice styles. After so many years, it was only natural that James entered the voiceover industry full-time. Finally, as a nice addition - he can sing too! Not only does James regularly voice for large commercial radio groups here in the UK, but his talents have also been utilised for various projects in the USA, Europe and Dubai.

James Whalley

James is a well established Radio and TV Broadcaster and Broadcast Journalist with extensive experience in live and pre-recorded radio and TV, predominantly covering Travel News and travel-related comment for news/features, but also reporting from motoring and motorsport events, including the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival. James can be heard daily on BBC Radio and LBC, and has broadcast on most BBC Local Radio stations, along with national stations including Talksport, Absolute, Smooth and Classic FM. He's presented on ITV London News, GMTV/Daybreak News and BBC News. Past V/O clients include Merck Pharmaceuticals, Sony, Mortal Films, D2 Jeans, BBC and Sky.

Janet Trewin

Janet is a vastly experienced broadcaster, who has done pretty much everything there is to do in broadcasting! From corporate work to current affairs, light entertainment to serious journalism, Janet has left no stone unturned and it goes without saying she's won a few awards in her time!

Jas Rao

Experienced as a voiceover artist, radio and TV presenter, Jas can make your script pop and burst into life. Previously the voice of an in-flight music show on Lufthansa airlines, he's also lent his voice to TV projects, documentaries, explainer videos, e-learning modules and football training videos, as well as presenting on a national BBC radio station. An expert in Bhangra and Bollywood music, Jas is also able to provide work in Panjabi and Hindi.

Jay Curtis

Jay Curtis is a naturally warm and friendly voiceover artist with a skill set that spans almost every form of communications media. Jay has over 10 years corporate experience in television and radio commercials, along with social media campaigns, live and corporate events, phone prompts, IVR - Interactive Voice Responses, and E-learning. He can currently be heard widely across Wales and recent clients include: Welsh Water, Visit Wales, Heineken and the Welsh Government. Jay has a strong background in radio having worked commercially for the BBC and local independent radio and often appears as an actor on Welsh television with credits including Pobl y Cwm, or throughput Wales as a regular stage performer.

Jessica Sandry

Jessica is from Swansea! She is an actress, voice over artist and web presenter. She trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Recent credits include, Stella for SKY One, Fool Britannia for ITV, various commercials for BBC Wales and HTV Wales and the web series Bernard and Knives. She works extensively within theatre, classical, comedy and musical, including the one woman show 'The Late Marilyn Monroe', which she is currently touring. In addition to all of this, she voices and presents a corporate website (, is the regular voice for Real Radio's Edwards Coaches campaign alongside Ruth Madoc, a regular v/o for Qudos Animations, The Guardian website, Verto Website, Passport office and the Flea Clear Spot On website.

Jo Jasani

Jo is a versatile, engaging and sought after VO Artist, Presenter and Actress with a wealth of experience and emotive range. Jo’s sparkling personality shines through her work combined with her natural ability to bring words to life. Jo’s personal attributes make her an ideal choice for any project due to her flair for knowing how to captivate and connect with her audience. Jo has featured on various BBC Radio Asian Network, TV and radio commercials, corporate narratives, global award shows, conferences, chat shows, corporate bulletins and panel segments, guest interviews and more. Jo can clearly articulate any script and has a particular gift for delivering complex information in a way that is digestible with builds rapport. Jo adds a touch of class to the work she is involved in and puts an amazing amount of work into everything she does.

Jo Price

Jo was born on the Wirral, in the UK. Her love of theatre began at the tender age of five when she tap danced at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall following in her mother’s footsteps who was a dancer! At the age of 12 she moved to Durban, South Africa with her family and her acting work continued in various school productions. She was inspired by the work at The Market Theatre in Johannesburg having been lucky enough to see a production of “Woza Albert” there. Moving back to the UK, she took up journalism on the student newspaper and worked as a reporter after leaving university, covering stories for newspapers and radio. Her work in radio and television has given Jo the opportunity to work as a presenter for the BBC, ITN, The Weather Channel and as a travel reporter for Sky Television she has the enviable job of travelling to some of the most exotic corners of the world. As a radio host she has worked for Capital Radio, Talk Radio and the US Channel CNBC. Jo manages to combine her presenting with her work as an actor.