Andrew has also been a voice artist for almost a decade and has worked with some big names along the way including; ABC Radio, AFL Media, Channel 10, a ‘bring your truck and trailer’ load of commercials, promotions and program imaging, plus partnered with companies at the leading edge of corporate and instructional videos for online and mobile marketing. His voice ranges from edgy to corporate, natural to character; he can be the young guy, or the slightly more sophisticated read. He brings a warm trusting feel to any production and his professionalism is second to none.
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.
Chris is an Australian who specialises in commercial work, accents, characters and is also fluent in Greek!
He's worked corporate events that require a quick witted Presenter (Vodafone) through to Block Busters (Mad Max), Nickelodeon (Children's Presenter) and Colleges (Film Teacher), plus organisations combining education and creativity.
Kate Fallis is a bright and bubbly Australian newsreader, now based in the UK. Hailing from sunny Queensland, Kate has over four years experience in the media industry. After graduating from the Queensland University of Technology, she quickly moved into radio presenting, and eventually decided to make the move to England. She's worked with Brisbane's hit radio station Nova 106.9, independent Gold Coast station Hot Tomato, and now local station The Bay, based in Lancaster. She has also been the Evening Show Presenter on The Bay Radio. In the short time Kate has been in the country, she's been awarded with "On Air Contribution of The Year" at The Bay, and her news team has received bronze for "News Coverage of the Year" at the Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards 2016. Her reading style ranges from young and casual, to strong and corporate. With her unique Aussie twang, Kate comes across as upbeat and friendly, but also credible and trustworthy in her tone.
Katherine is an Aussie-British actress based in Manchester, who has a clear, warm and engaging voice who can do a range of regional and international accents. Commercially, she has a broad vocal range, switching between youthful to authoritative with ease. She is full of sass with a flair for comedy.
Kellie has a bright and fresh sound that can turn to sultry and sexy in an instant. Well rounded and versed in her native Australian accent, she's currently the voice of Disney, Kellogs Special K and Nokia. As an accomplished actress she brings a playfulness, versatility and range to her work which always keeps it interesting.
Kyrrie is an experienced broadcast journalist with more than seven years experience in both the Australian and British media industries. She began her career in her hometown of Darwin and quickly progressed through the ranks to senior political reporter and presenter of the nightly flagship broadcast, before accepting a position at the Nine Network's Australian broadcast hub in Sydney as a producer, reporter and presenter. Looking for a new challenge, Kyrrie moved to London in January 2014 and currently works as a freelance reporter and presenter with Sky News, Al Jazeera English and Reuters. During her career Kyrrie has covered everything; from crocodile attacks to natural disasters, fashion shows and political scandals. Her voice can easily adapt to changing situations and environments. With her strong broadcast background, Kyrrie is versatile and her voice has a wide-ranging emotive scope.
Linda trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School but was born in Melbourne, Australia. She has travelled extensively, having lived in Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain and India, where she attended an American international school. As a result, Linda has excellent RP and General American accents on top of her native Australian. Linda is also a professional mezzo-soprano singer. Theatre credits include: U/S The Mousetrap (UK National Tour), Pride and Prejudice (Bristol Old Vic Studio), Measure for Measure (Brockley Jack), The Importance of Being Earnest (Brighton/Stratford-upon-Avon Fringe), Personnel (OffCut Festival, Riverside Studios), The Hatpin (Blue Elephant), The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Landor), What the Butler Saw (Cement Box), The Merchant of Venice, Hay Fever, An Ideal Husband, Memory of Water (BOVTS).
Mark is a drop out Civil Engineering student turned Radio Broadcaster. General laziness and a love of Character Voices attracted him to a career in Radio. Starting in 1997 with voicing characters on a night radio show on the NSW Central Coast. In search of much needed attention, Mark was soon lured to Breakfast Radio. He is now co-host of the number one breakfast radio show on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Mark & Caroline for Breakfast on 92.7 MIX FM. Mark has also starred on stage in various productions including David Williamson’s Influence at the Noosa Arts Theatre. He has voiced videogame characters, and is appearing in an upcoming Australian horror film.
Originally from Melbourne where she trained as an Actor at the Victorian College of the Arts, Melissa has worked as a professional voice, stage and screen performer in Australia, New York City and touring throughout Europe. She has extensive stage experience and also holds a Masters degree in Performance Practice as Research from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Now based in London, Melissa works as a voice artist for clients throughout the world. She has recorded over 50 Audio books in Australian and British accents and having lived in New York City for 6 years has an effortless US accent that has won her jobs for both major brands, web narration and corporate training courses. In New York she was a regular cast member of animated series The Crumpets. Past commercial clients include Covergirl, Sothebys, Aussie Hair and Paypal and corporate clients include MacQuarie Bank, Suncorp and L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival.