Here’s a cute little explainer I voiced for Australia Post pet insurance. Oh how I know that bed-sharing feeling. And oh how I wished bed-sharing staffy would be open to getting her teeth brushed. Worst. Morning. Breath. Ever.
Absolutely delighted to find myself in animated form … and in a sassy blue power suit thank you very much! Enjoyed branching out into more of a character-style voice over for this one. P.S. I love that lippy on me.
I am starting to think software explainers may just be my thang. I voice a bucketload of these bad boys and it’s brilliant. Software products (and associated target audiences) are so diverse there really is no one particular style of read for these voice overs. Definitely keeps life interesting.
I’m seeing more and more explainers that require specific voice over timings. Whether it’s to match voice to visuals or stick to a set overall duration for the clip.
The explainer has been the video flavour for a while now. If you wanna jump on board the explainer express, here’s a few tips to ensure next stop: success-town.
A warm and friendly style voice over for a payroll software explainer. Added bonus—stunning shots of the Great Barrier Reef.
An explainer I recently voiced for fundraising software. A lot can be said for scripts that allow time for visuals and music to establish and then continue a nice pace throughout …
A recent explainer video I voiced for a family tree company. Really like the visual style of this one …
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?
From read styles to copywriting trends through to production techniques—these are are my top 5 voice over predictions for 2016.