It’s not often that a UK female voiceover artist can also sing. But I actually began performing as a session and jingle singer before I started my voiceover career.
I’m one of the few British female voice overs who used to race up and down the UK to voice more than 20 radio commercials in a single session.
Some of those adverts might have involved purely sung jingles. Others might have had a voiceover introduction with a jingle tagline at the end.
In my spare time, I also perform in a vocal harmony trio.
We’ve even played the world-famous Glastonbury Festival. So even when I’m not working on voice-overs in my booth, I’m still working my voice.
Because I am a musician, I can quickly and easily transpose a note or two, to change your jingle. I can also provide my own harmonies. It’s a unique skill that I also employ in my one-to-one and group voiceover coaching sessions.
I’ve even been known to rap (albeit in a splendid middle class English accent), as well as voice what you might call musical poetry, as in the ‘Spoken Ambient’ piece written by Jon Aldersea.
To hear my work in radio jingles, please click the audio files to the right.