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The technical stuff

  • Sennheiser MKH416 Microphone
  • Audient ID14 audio interface
  • Kube diamond sound isolation booth
  • Adobe audition and Izotope RX9
  • Source Connect Standard. Skype and Zoom also available. If another connection type is required, please get in touch.

What to expect

  • 24 hour turnaround on non-directed projects for anything under 3000 words.
  • Free custom audition samples for any script to see if my voice fits your vision.
  • All re-reads and amends for style are free until you are 100% thrilled with the voice over.
  • No one likes being left in the dark. I'll keep you updated and communicate at all stages throughout the project. You'll always know what's going on, and what to expect.
my story

Once upon a time, there was a Jack who did voices...

Raised in rural Cornwall by an English Mum and American Dad, I had a roundabout but perhaps inevitable path to voice over. One day, when I was running around my house doing an impression of my teacher (maybe 8 years old), my mum introduced me to a BBC Lord of the Rings radio drama adapation with a full cast and music. It was gamechanging for me. I used to listen to it every single night as I went to sleep (until the casette tape finished its side!). This led to me begging my mum for other audiobooks, and so it continued, to the point where I would be able to recite whole pages from memory.

Meanwhile at school, I was always asked to be the narrator for the school christmas nativity or other productions, because I loved reading aloud in class, and could pronounce everything from a very young age. Unsurprisingly then, when I first went to secondary school and started learning foreign languages, I took to it like a duck to water. I found it easy, had a good ear for it, and loved making new sounds, doing accents and 'performing' the language (in between doing Gollum impressions).

This took me to study a degree in Spanish and Linguistics in Edinburgh, Scotland. Within the next 5 years I graduated first class with distinction, lived in Spain and France for a year each and performed in a play completely in Spanish. I then had to figure out what to do with my life, so like a lot of insecure British graduates, I moved to London and started a business graduate scheme. Although it never really fit me, I did learn a lot. How businesses run. How to make great ad creative. How to understand data. How to manage people (and how not to). But I wanted to have a bigger individual role, and be less of a cog in an enormous machine. So, I left to join a startup with dogs in the office.

There I learned a lot about growing and scaling a new business, met a bunch of cool people, and also affirmed what I had sensed for a while - I needed to not work for anyone else, and do something creative. I decided to revive my love of languages, accents and performing that I had muted for a few years, and combine it with my new skills in building and running a business and became a full time voice over artist after 9 months of fitting it around my day job at the end of 2018.

I now voice national TV commercials, blue chip e-learning, tech startup explainers and video game villains for clients all over the world. As I said, pretty roundabout, but mostly inevitable. When not speaking in a padded room for money, I spend quality time with my American wife, Irish greyhound and new Scottish baby. I also try to find time to cook, compose music, and write. If you're interested in hiring me, want to talk about a project, or if anything you've read piqued your interest - get in touch at jack@jackdoesvoices.com


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