Rochelle Johnson

Rochelle is a former Radio &Television Presenter & Producer from the Caribbean. Along with Producing and Presenting for Television Rochelle became a go to voice for major corporate Caribbean clients for both Television and Radio. She has hosted both live and prerecorded shows while also being the main nightly news broadcaster for the Grenada Broadcasting Network. Recently Rochelle moved to the UK to further her professional qualifications and experience, gaining a PG Dip in Mass Communications from the University of Leicester along with an MA in Film Production from the Arts University in Bournemouth. A tone that can vary between energetic and upbeat, and soft and sultry, Rochelle's voice is an immediate attention grabber.

Neda Hussein

Neda has been in this line of work since she was 19 years old and it has shaped her whole life. As one of the lead presenters of the official Syrian Radio Damascus, Neda's required to deliver the highest level of Arabic. Syrian Radio Damascus is well known to be a reference in this regard. She's also very experienced in many types of broadcasting materials, a few include; live news bulletins, documentary narration, poetry-reading shows and literature, interviews and discussions, adverts, children radio programs and quiz shows. The microphone was Neda's trusted friend during the Syrian crisis, that she witnessed part of, before moving to Germany then the UK. Neda is half Palestinian and half Syrian which allows her to master both accents, in addition to Lebanese, as she studied in Lebanon.

Amy Blair

Amy hails from Northern Ireland and has a voice quality that is characterful, warm and intimate. She is a dab hand with a documentary or commercial script, and credits her love of audio book reading to falling asleep to the Harry Potter series as a young girl. Amy also enjoys a successful career as an Actress and draws on these skills when approaching any work behind the mic.

Stephanie Dickson

Stephanie is a 2016 BA (Acting) Graduate of The Guildford School of Acting. She has worked on various voiceover, theatre, film and music video projects for the likes of Gabrielle Aplin. Most recently, she has played Juliet in Romeo and Juliet with The National Theatre Italy/Kings Theatre Southsea and Amy March in Little Women with Space Productions.

Shanaya Rafaat

Shanaya has a warm, intelligent and engaging voice. She is based in London but grew up in Mumbai and her natural accent is Soft Indian. She also has a good RP and Neutral accent from her training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Moreover, she speaks Hindi which is her second language. She has played lead roles at the Royal Exchange, Shakespeare’s Globe and Sheffield Crucible to name a few. Her screen credits include EastEnders, Lewis and Silk.

Louise Beale

Louise is an accomplished voice over artist and television newsreader with over a decade of experience in radio and TV journalism. Louise is known for her rich, warm voice that has deep and soothing undertones. You can currently see Louise presenting and reporting on Channel 5 News. Previously, Louise anchored her own show on Bloomberg Television, interviewing Europe’s business leaders and politicians. She has covered major news stories as a correspondent for Sky News, Channel 4 News and Bloomberg Television. Louise has also worked extensively in radio - presenting on Classic FM, Magic FM and Monocle 24. She has many regular voice over clients including the wine merchants Berry Brothers & Rudd, and the Wine and Spirit Trade Association.

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.

Stephanie Houtman

Stephanie graduated with a BA (Hons) Acting from The Manchester School of Theatre and is one of the top 20 Spotlight Graduate Nominees of 2016. She is a London based Actress, currently puppeteering and voicing the role of ‘Peppa’ in the Peppa Pig Live UK Tour. She will be also be making her professional West End debut, playing Peppa at the Theatre Royal Haymarket this Christmas. Her credits include: ‘The Oresteia’ (HomeMcr), ‘Skins’ (E4), ‘The Last Seder’ (Spotlight - directed by Matthew Dunster), and since graduating, recorded an audio of ‘The Princess and the Toad’ by Gordon House (former head of BBC radio drama). She has been Acting from a young age, having made an appearance in children’s TV programme’s ‘The Giblet Boys’ (CITV) and ‘LOOK’ (ITV). Stephanie is a skilled singer/ song writer, speaks Spanish and has a passion for creating and impersonating a wide range of character voices.

Albina K

Albina is a multilingual voice over artist, experienced in narration for audiobooks, TV & radio commercials, corporate videos, documentaries, IVR systems and more. Her versatile voice ranges from bright and energetic to warm and soothing tones. Having a professional soundproof recording studio at home means Albina is able to provide quick turnaround on most voiceover jobs.

Youny Moon

Youny was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. She was trained at KBS (Korea Broadcasting System) Academy for announcer in 1997, and gained experience voicing documentary clips in Korean. In London UK, Youny has worked as a freelancing reporter for KBS World since 2005 and is currently a classic model as well as amateur musical actress and voiceover artist.