Vicky is a voiceover artist and radio presenter. Hailing from Blackpool, she's perfect for young, fun reads. She has done work for a wide range of clients, including IKEA, Dorothy Perkins, Global, Greggs and Absolute Radio. When she's not behind the mic, she can be found at music festivals or in a hot yoga class!
Although she was born and raised in Santa Barbara, California, Heather isn't your average American girl. She has been living and studying in the UK for five years where she began studying musical theatre in Liverpool. She then studied Acting for Live and Recording Media at The Arden School of Theatre in Manchester, where she is currently based. Her voice is warm and trusting.
Mayumi is a English-Japanese bilingual and native speaker with genuine accent, and has voiced numerous campaigns in both languages. She has worked on projects in all the key areas of the broadcast industry, including corporate features, commercials, animations, feature films, audio books and digital media products.
Alyx originally planned to become an Army Medic... but switched soldiering for Shakespeare to train at Arts Ed, where she won the Sir Alec Guinness Award. Her light, bright, fresh voice is perfect for fun, upbeat kid/teen reads and she handles funny stuff beautifully, having competed in comedy-impro death matches. Thankfully, no-one dies in these. It's a metaphor.
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.
Alexandra is an experiened Russian voiceover artist. She has worked as a regular artist for Art4Art in Southampton and also on a number of corporate and commercial projects both here in the UK and in her native Russia.
Molly, who recently appeared in Coronation Street as Leah Buckley, is a Manchester based actress. Recently she was selected to represent ALRA in the BBC Carleton Hobbs Award. Her voice is clean, clear and bright; she is a natural at bringing a script to life, from commercial reads through to naturalism; A very versatile up-and-coming talent.
Her voice is clean, clear and bright; she is a natural at bringing a script to life, from commercial reads through to naturalism; A very versatile up-and-coming talent.
Aine trained as an Actress in Paris and yes, she can speak French; even a Parisian would understand her. She has her own Theatre and Production companies and took her one-woman show to the Edinburgh Festival in 2014. She is a freelance Writer for publications including Time Out and Refinery 29. Her voice over work includes adverts for Premier Christian radio, New Noise Audio and the feature film Boogie Woogie where she provided voices for various background characters. Aine has a naturally warm and friendly voice that can easily move between softly informative, authoritarian to bubbly and energetic. She can work out of her own home studio for those last minute jobs
Sophie has an appealing, friendly and silvery voice with the ability to play a range of ages and the additional capability to do a variety of different tones for different types of projects e.g. narration, commercial, storytelling and corporate. Previous work has included the Yorkshire Tea commercial, Laser eye surgery and flight company adverts, IVR, dubbing for film and commercial, foreign language apps and a long term phonetic / language contract for Kaplan International Colleges over a year and a half.
Michaela is Manchester based actress who graduated from the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in 2013. Her native accent is general northern, however she has a good ear with most regional and european accents. She has extensive experience in stage, screen and voice over. Some of her theatre, TV and commercial credits include; Nina in 'Lost Boy Racer' (Manchester Lowry/Yorkshire tour), Carrie Hall in BBC's 'Doctors', Ellie Crown in the feature film 'The Dark Below' and 'There's A Beer For That' campaign directed by Michael Winterbottom.