about me
 

Nothing beats working with the best producers and creatives in the business whether on commercials, drama, idents or characters. Every day is exciting and I never know where my voice acting will take me next. 

On my recent debut radio acting performance of ‘Maria’ I played two starkly contrasting characters - May Staveley and Dora Curtis. Listen out for it on the BBC in 2020.

If you're interested in kit, my studio is decked with Neumann TLM 103, Prima 110, Soundcraft mixer, Beyerdynamic cans. 

WHAT THEY SAY 

Irene C

"Victoria played two roles in the audio work 'Maria', made in conjunction with the ICA London, BBC Arts and the Arts Council UK. Her versatility was remarkable and she performed both roles excellently with minimal direction. She delivered the audio remotely in a timely manner and to a high technical standard. She was passionate about the project and that showed in her work, I could not recommend her highly enough."

Colin M

“I have used Victoria for several years as the voice actor for the group telephony system. All requests are dealt with in a timely and professional manner. The quality of her work is exemplary and she is a credit to the industry.”

Paul T

“Skylab Radio has had the pleasure of working with Victoria for a number of years. Her versatility as a voiceover shines through with every project for the station and her voice helps create a definitive station identity for Skylab. We look forward to working with Victoria extensively in the future and highly recommend her for any voiceover project.”

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