Orna is currently the voice of travel news on BBC Radio 5 live having been part of the on-air team for over 10 years, across all programmes. She is a regular voice on BBC Radio 2, can currently be heard on Sunday evenings and is their regular travel 'cover' presenter. Orna has worked in the radio industry for 20 years starting as a broadcast assistant at BBC Radio Manchester. After completing a graduate traineeship with EMAP Radio, she worked in commercial radio, including promotions and direct sales. As a radio presenter she presented her own show and co presented shows for the UTV Radio group, (now Wireless Group); add to that a taste of TV presenting for Channel M, based in Manchester.
Orna regularly travels between Manchester and London for work and is keen to expand her portfolio.
Orna can provide a warm but authoritative read and is suitable for narration, and corporate work. Her commercial radio experience has given her a good understanding of delivering a commercial message.
John has been in the media industry for 30 years, presenting top-rated radio shows and working around the world in all formats - on CHR, Greatest Hits and Speech, Local, Regional and National BBC stations. Alongside this he’s hosted big events from 'TFM Party In The Park' in front of 120,000 people, to Sunderland and England football matches at the Stadium of Light for 18 years, to a decade spent as the start-line announcer at the world's biggest half marathon - the Great North Run. John has fronted award nominated television features and hosted hundreds of corporate events.
Célia studied acting for theatre and cinema at Michael Howard Studios in New York. She started working as a professional in contemporary dance, theatre dance and physical theatre and has acted in theatre, musicals, TV and cinema. Celia has worked in the most important theatres in Lisbon, Madrid, Mozambique and Cape Vert and has participated in feature films, short films and a TV series.
Along with her acting career, she has also developed her singing and Voice Over Work in Portuguese, Spanish and English.
Gravitas. Comedy. Narration. You've probably heard Max McGill on commercials, narrations, and promos for everyone from U.S. network and cable TV, ABC's Good Morning America, Adult Swim, Disney, McDonald's, to American Forces Network in Europe, Asia, Central America, and Africa. Not only is McGill a major voiceover artist, but throughout his many years in the electronic media, McGill has coached and mentored national radio hosts and voiceover artists who are heard in broadcast markets throughout the United States, including New York City and Los Angeles. McGill also conducts voiceover acting workshops for the AFN, colleges, and universities. As a creative force, McGill has McGill received the highest honors from the advertising community, including the Radio-Mercury Award (awarded for writing, voicing, and producing,) and over 50 national and regional awards from the American Advertising Federation and other advertising and communication organizations for his writing, producing, and voicing skills.
Lissa is a voiceover with a serious CV. She’s worked for CBS Radio Los Angeles, KNX1070 NEWSRADIO and KFWB NEWS TALK 980. She is currently in her fourth consecutive season of representing KFWB NEWS TALK 980 (the Los Angeles Clippers’ radio home) during KFWB pre-game festivities for the Los Angeles Clippers' home games at the Staples Center. Outside of her voice work, she’s the program specialist for the Arts Journalism Programs at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. She has a warm, rich voice perfect for reads that require authority.
Terry is a 25 year veteran of the voiceover business. He specialises in commercials, eLearning narration and theme park announcements. He’s too lazy to do anything else, so this profession works well for him. He also teaches the craft of voiceover to those interested in learning the craft. Terry’s voice can be described as warm and conversational but can also turn it up a notch for the high energy spots.
Abeeku is an American voice artist and songwriter living in London. Bayku, as his mates call him, has worked on albums from Olly Murs, UGK, JLS, Keri Hilson, Pitbull and more. He writes at BMG Chrysalis, and has a smoky, textured voice perfect for warm, strong, authoritative reads.
From gritty, tough guy to corporate and formal, from friendly and upbeat to wry and dry, George Orlando has been giving people what they need since 2004. Some of the clients who have hired him include Quick Check, Hoosier Tires, True Value, eLearning, Audible, Edge Studio, Line 6, Borders Books and Music, and Consult-A-Doctor. George began his work in the theatre, and has studied with top NY casting agents.
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.
Jose has been in front of microphones and TV cameras for more than three decades in Argentina, Great Britain and USA, including ten years at the BBC World Service in London and one year at the United Nations Radio in New York. He was 13 year old when he took his first VO job in Argentina and since then, has not stopped working as a Radio and TV VO Talent for commercials, trailers, documentaries, corporative, eLearning, dubbing, narration and characters. Jose has been praised several times for his warm, deep, authoritative but very versatile voice.