Voice Over Artist & Creative Sound Producer
I create broadcast-quality voiceovers and awesome sound production, directly from my recording studio.
Mixed and edited.
Ready for use.
"What a pro! Warmvoice delivered an amazing performance. My project sounds incredible! Super fast, and couldn't be easier to work with. My highest recommendation possible."
Voice Acting and Sound Production
As a character voice actor and impressionist, I've worked for Nike, Twitch, Game of Thrones, 7th Sunday Festival, Federico Genera, Astonish Cleaners, KOBU, and GlaxoSmithKline, and many international clients.
I can impersonate many other well-known voices, such as Gandalf from Lord of the Rings, Jon Snow / Ned Stark from Game of Thrones, Vincent Price, and Basil Fawlty.
I'm also adept at creating new character voices. As a video game voice artist, and a character actor, I've often played these roles: King, Pirate, Gandalf, Soldier, Mafia, Gangster, Warrior, Villager, Officer, Dragon, Knight, Medieval Person, Wizard, Assassin, Hero, Englishman.
Character voices aren't the only thing I do though. Professional and corporate narration for documentaries, commercials, TV, Radio, and Spotify adverts is around half of my work.
& Music Sourcing
I can mix my voice recording with your existing video, or background music. I can also source the right style of music for use in your advertising campaign.
One-Stop Sound Production
I can produce and sound mix Radio Commercials, Spotify Ads, Podcast Intros, Bumpers and Outros, Stage Show Introductions, Sound Logos, and other types of corporate and promotional sound.
Voice & Video
I can synchronize my voice to match the speed of your existing video edit or adapt your script to ensure that it flows seamlessly.
I have extensive experience dubbing videos from other languages into English. I cannot translate your scripts into English, but I can provide an English proofreading service, to correct any slight errors in your translated script which a non-native English speaker may miss. When dubbing, subtle script changes are often required in order for the English speech to match the pace of the original language.