Dominic's warm, reassuring Northern sound works perfectly for commercial material. With a youthful hint to his tone he can easily relate to younger demographics and older alike.
Born and raised in North Yorkshire, Dominic moved to London to further his acting career. He is a recent graduate of Drama Centre London.
From East Lancashire, Alex is an actor, performer and voice-over artist who brings positive energy and a grounded professionalism to the table that keeps clients and colleagues returning time and time again. Now London-based, he's been working on stage and screen from an early age in the North West & Manchester, and has recently been touring Europe - he shows no sign of slowing down! Catch him while you can!
Liat Hughes Joshi is a London-based freelance writer, media commentator and voice over. She has a [calm, authoritative voice with an RP accent and is in her 40s].
As an experienced media commentator, she appears regularly on Sky News and LBC, and has also featured on Good Morning Britain, Channel 5 News, ITV, BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio 4 and 5 and BBC regional radio stations.
She has written five books and contributed to many national and international publications ranging from The Daily Telegraph, The Sun, The Guardian and The Sunday Times to leading magazines and websites.
Amy is a trained actor who graduated from Manchester School of Theatre. Her TV credits include BBC’s doctors and ITV’s Tina and Bobby. With her natural Blackpool accent which is fun, friendly and energetic, she can bring any script instantly to life! Her bright and enthusiastic tone is engaging and warm. Having worked in the Blackpool tourist industry and exposed to different accents, she has a real passion for playing comedy characters and performing a variety of different voices and accents! Amy is fun to work with and can take direction well.
Guy hails from Llanelli, South Wales and has a wealth of stage experience, having appeared in the West End, National Theatre and Regent’s Park amongst many others. He is also a firm favourite in the advertising world, being the face of such brands as Birdseye, Walkers, Tassimo and Eve Mattresses!
Guy’s background in classical theatre along with his warm, Welsh lilt make him a great choice for any advertising campaign or documentary narration.
Aimee has a warm, intelligent and friendly voice with the ability to bring energy and enthusiasm to your script. Her clients include Google, Bayer, Utilita, YouTube and VMware. Having a home studio enables her to work on a remote basis for fast turnarounds.
A trained improv actor, James can deliver his warm London accent with either an affable familiarity or more refined formality. Having spent ten years working in advertising, he is now applying his experience of communicating persuasive, convincing messages to the recording studio, which he has recently done for Christian Aid and corporate events.
Jack is an actor with a string of West End credits to his name, including productions for Mike Leigh, the National
Theatre and being in the original Harry Potter and the Cursed Child company. A lot of his work has been in
comedy roles and he has a great instinct for finding the funny in a script.
He grew up in the West Midlands and has a warm, friendly delivery. Being half-Welsh, he can also provide a
native Southern Welsh voice. He’s got a versatile range of accents, recently put to good use in providing ADR on
the film The Hitman’s Bodyguard.
When he’s not speaking someone else’s words, Jack can be found touring the UK in his own one-man shows.
He’s a former Artist in Residence of the Oxford Playhouse and is an Associate Artist of ARC, Stockton. He’s also
made his own silent film – The Busker & The Coin – which was selected for the gala screening at Danny Boyle’s
inaugural Shuffle Festival.
Vicki is a London based actress, born and bred in Brighton. She has worked extensively in musical theatre and plays, both on tour and London’s West End. She also sings in a close harmony trio, The Dolly Girls, which has taken her all over the world.
Her natural RP voice is clear, bright, warm and informative. Skilled at delivering a direct, coherent corporate or narrative read, she is equally at ease with more characterful, dynamic scripts.
Hannah's East Midlands lilt gives her voice a friendly, gently northern sound. Originally from Scunthorpe, she studied English at the University of Cambridge and then trained as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, so she can strengthen or soften her accent very naturally. Hannah's bright tone suits playful campaigns and her ease with academic language makes her a great choice for educational texts requiring a confident, accessible voice.