myAvatar (1).png
Kitty
Natural & ConversationalKitty
00:00 / 22:15:43
Audiobook & NarrationKitty
00:00 / 66:59:48
CorporateKitty
00:00 / 26:16:55
Something DifferentKitty
00:00 / 18:13:39
TV, Radio & CommercialKitty
00:00 / 24:42:48
CharactersKitty
00:00 / 40:35:02

Native Language

ENGLISH (BRITISH)

Native Accent

London, Estuary, Cockney, Relaxed RP, Essex

Other Languages

Impressions

Old people, teenagers, kids, young girls and boys. You name it!

Description

I am a voiceover and actress from London, with professional acting training from Drama Studio London. My natural voice is clear, friendly and confident, and my accent is London Estuary, sitting somewhere between RP and Cockney - a happy medium that sounds approachable, upbeat and relatable. If you need me to sound posher, or like more of a Londoner, I can effortlessly go up and down this scale, whatever suits the project!

I work predominantly as an audiobook narrator, and have a conversational, candid and engaging style, where I like to create a sense of familiarity with the listener - I want them to feel like they're listening to a good friend telling them a story. So whether you're after a natural, professional, energetic, or reassuring sound, there really aren't many styles, emotions and characters that I haven't covered! My versatility means that I can adapt my voice to fit the brief for all sorts of voiceover projects.

I am available for all types of voiceover work including corporates, explainers, e-learning, commercials, IVR/on-hold, audiobooks, dubbing, animation and video games.

My commercial clients include Sensodyne, Sainsbury's, Slimming World, Boots, Jersey Dairy and Accident Injury Helpline and my corporate clients include DEKRA, Wunder, HardHats, Lanlo, the UK Probation Institute, Ferrer, The Storage Place, GlowPlus Homecare, Juralio and Big Options.

Recording Set-Up

Session Booth recording booth, Lewitt LCT 540S mic, Focusrite Scarlett Solo 3rd Gen. interface, Mac Mini, DT 770 PRO headphones

Confident, friendly, clear, candid, engaging