So, how did it all begin?

I started my voice over journey on a rusty old pirate ship, in the Med as a Disc Jockey. Presenting radio shows and trying not to be seasick, I had my first taste of voicing on the boat recording promo’s and ads for various companies often writing the copy as well. I spent a year with The Voice of Peace which was a great place to learn.
I returned to the UK armed with my demo and thought the offers would flood in! I even got an interview my local station 2CR FM, but when I got back, all the jobs had been filled. Despite this, your hero was not deterred I sent out loads of tapes but to know avail.
I was just about to throw in the towel but I got a call from an in store radio station “Radio Top Shop Oxford Street”, they offered 2 weeks holiday relief, and I stayed 5 years.
During my time there, I held down a 4 hour shift 5 days a week and writing and voicing ads for the store and outside advertisers, I also freelanced at stations like “Chiltern Radio” and “Southern Sound” also worked in store events with stars at the time from music and TV.
I then got a chance to work for “BFBS”. Initially, I was to broadcast to the penguins in the Falkland Isles but at the last moment they sent me to Gibraltar and I ended up doing the late show, called “Love on the Rock”.
From there I worked at the “Super Station”, a short lived over night service to local stations all over the UK with Johnathan Ross, Bob Harris and Ruby Wax.
After working at a variety of stations in the EU and UK, I now work from my own home studio providing voice over services to clients around the world. I also do Voice of God announcements both live and recorded at conferences and events.


Where the magic happens!

I have a fantastic custom built space to work from which has been treated with acoustic tiles to ensure a crisp, clean recording of all my voice over work.

My Studio Bricks booth is where I spend most of my time, using the very comfy Beyer Dynamic 770 Headphones during long sessions.

My primary microphone is the Neumann TLM 103 connected into a DBX 286S mic pre amp. Monitoring is provided by Alesis M1 Studio Reference Monitors controlled by an Allen & Heath mixing desk.

For remote sessions, I can connect via Source Connect, Clean Feed, IPDTL or Skype.

Finally, all editing is carried out on the industry standard Adobe Audition DAW.

Get in touch!


Direct connection Clean Feed and Source Connect Now
Microphones: Seinheiser 416 and Neumann TLM 103
Editing Software: Adobe Audition CS6.
Channel Strip: DBX 286S
Monitors: Alesis M Audio
Sound Cards: Audient14 / Focurite 2i2
Headphones: Beyer 770
Various Plugins for Waves

Voice Over Services

Script Writing

I specialise in script writing for radio and TV ads, with 30 plus years of experience in this sector, I am able to provide you with a truly tailored solution to help raise awareness and promote your brand or business.

Same Day Service

If you already have a script of your own and you require a quick turnaround, 99% of jobs we complete are voiced and returned the very same day. An end to end solution that suits your audio requirements.


Finding the right voice for an E-Learning module can be challenging. With over 30 years of experience, I can make your eLearning module stand out from the crowd.

Engage your listener by bringing your text to life.

On-Hold Messaging

Enhance your business phone presence by creating a custom on-hold message or options menu. These can be created to your exact requirements and can even be delivered on the same day!