I remember my first voice over demo. It was Y2K, astonishingly the world hadn’t ended, Justin and Britney were a thing, the shouty, over-excited announcer was the ‘it’ voice and being a radio announcer meant, by default, I was a qualified voice actor.
The voice over demo. It is the voice actor’s resume. A calling card. The audio portfolio. But what is the best way to present a vocal body of work?
A recent explainer video helping new parents introduce bub to the family fur child. Voiced by yours truly. PS how cute is the dog in the clip?
…my latest voice acting demos? Head to Hear me to have a listen to everything from on hold messages to television promos right through to a bunch of kooky characters.
Television promos (ads for TV shows) would have to be one of my fav voice acting specialisations. The high-volume work is diverse, dynamic and demanding.
Flashback to when I got to play a Siri-esque phone assistant…
A couple of years back I entered a comp to be the voice of Tomtom’s Aussie navigation system. I didn’t win, but certainly had fun trying! So why not put my entries to use and share them for #fbf ?