João Ferreira is an experienced, confident and versatile Portuguese voice-over talent with years of experience mainly in radio. He is fluent in English, Italian and Portuguese.
Owner of a warm and very deep voice his vocal tone is authoritative, conversational, cool, reassuring and confident.
Ideal for corporate videos, games, e-learning and commercials.
Nuno Veiga is a native Portuguese actor and sound designer based in London. Graduated in Theatre Studies, he has produced a diverse range of work for the National Theatre in Portugal, Edinburgh International Festival, The Young Vic, Soho Theatre, London College of Fashion, High Tide, Theatre Absolute and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Alessandra is an experienced Portuguese voiceover, who is sought after for her natural reads and versatility. She offers a multitude of delivery styles, tones and range: Young, vibrant and friendly for commercials, clear and engaging for narrations, strong, assertive and credible for corporate media, entertaining and fun for video games and cartoons. Alessandra can currently be heard on MTV and in the most recent Heinz Ketchup TV adverts. Her voice is also featured over intercoms on Aigle Azur flights.
Pedro is from Lisbon and works in radio. He works as a show presenter, news announcer and advertising voice. However, his real passion is documentary narration. On top of this he regulars voices advertisements, promos and corporate videos.
Luís Maia is a professional TV journalist, writer and voice over artist, with 15 years of experience. He is an European Portuguese native speaker. His face and voice are known by millions of Portuguese people, because of his on-screen daily presence. His voice is warm, friendly and reliable, but because of his versatility, he can also be strong or friendly, energetic or smooth. Luís did Bear Grylls’ Portuguese version for Discovery Channel with the same proficiency as he does narration for kids series of Panda Channel. He is an expert in documentaries, institutional, corporate, e-learning, audiobooks and audio guides.
Native from Sao Paulo, Brazil.Kris is a bassist/arranger and a business
graduate.In 1997, he finished the Senac Voiceover Course and started
working in his hometown. Kris has been working as a voice-over artist/narrator
In London since 2010 and has lent his voice to: KFC (Comercial),BBC (World
Cup 2014), Discovery Channel (Building the World Cup) DHL (cartoon
characters), Full Tilt Poker-(TV comercial), Ciallis (variety of characters),
Google (Wallace comercial), IBM-(Corporate), Troll (video game), Cambridge
University International (language ,Telefonica, Vivo Play (TV Announcer)
With a neutral brazilian accent Kris can do regional brazilian accents as well.
Carla has a naturally versatile, rich, warm, smooth, interesting, bright voice for a wide variety of productions... from an engaging narration to lively commercials and travel guides. She has recorded audio books in Portugal, produced e-learning programmes and role plays for various companies in UK and USA. Trained as a teacher and examiner, Carla is a voice artist for examination boards in UK.
Francois is a dynamic voiceover and has worked on high-calibre campaigns, documentaries, cartoons, apps, video games, audiobooks and narrations. He's also a professional journalist and provides creative consultancy for international clients in Brazil. He works as an international correspondent on travel, culture and life style and as a copywriter for clients based in the UK and in the US. Always good to have a bit of experience, no?!
Micha has a warm clear voice that is easy on the ear. She has a natural ability with languages, speaking good French, Japanese and Portuguese as well as some German and Mandarin. She also has an ear for accents and loves learning new ones. She brings intelligence, energy and imagination to her voice work. She's also a trained actor with experience in film, theatre and voice work with credits in corporate, cultural & children’s content, as well as live poetry performance and mobile gaming. She is a trained storyteller, regular performer on stage and screen and an emerging writer/director. Recent projects of her own include a devised puppetry show for children and a stage adaptation of a Japanese novel.