Tag Archives: voice over actor

now voicing: science explainer

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Big data, small data, raw data, cooked data … this self-confessed data nerd will take it in any form. Naturally I was super-stoked to be the voice of a new explainer about Digital Earth Australia. #datanerds rejoice!

 

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Top 5 voice over trends for 2017

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now trending

New year … new me. Or something like that. Now that 2017 is in full effect, all the major industries are talking twenty seventeen trends. Whether it’s advertising, entertainment, tech or training—it’s all going to shape how and where us voice over types will be applying our voices in 2017.

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now voicing: insurance explainer

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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.

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Debreathing: how to keep your voice sounding minty fresh

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minty fresh

THAT acquaintance. You know the one. Lover of garlic. Consistently caffeinated. Social smoker. And super-close talker. You avoid them in confined spaces. You tilt your head to the side in conversation. You strategically time your own breathing.

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voice overs I heart

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VO lurv

Thought I’d start posting ads, videos, phone messages, PA announcements—heck anything with a voice over I love. Why? Because I can. And because I think it’s good to listen to as many different styles as possible—inspiration is out there everywhere …

 

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Deadpan voice over: why you need to know about it

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whatevs …

Big fan of stats right here. I like to know who is visiting my site and what they are looking for. I want to know if my content is what they are after. I love website analytics (nerd alert)—especially data around the search terms that bring people to my site.

That was until a ‘deadpan voice over’ search landed right here on this little patch of the www.

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