Kirsty is a New Zealand/Australian voice actor with years of experience in bringing other people's words to life. Trained in performance and sound engineering, she has voiced projects in almost every area of the voice over industry, including commercials, corporate narration, elearning, on-hold, video games and audiobooks. From fun and friendly to clear and intelligent, she is the voice of choice for clients such as BP, Visa, Cambridge University Press, GlaxoSmithKlein, Harper Collins and the BBC. As well as working regularly in NZ and Australian accents, she has particular appeal as a neutral voice for the Asia-Pacific markets.
With a background in theatre plus with her highly- trained ears, Kirsty has a natural flair for characters and can be heard in BBC radio drama productions and video games. She's even done the odd impression – you can hear her as “Nicole Kidman” in the audiobook of “According to Yes” by Dawn French.
As a sound designer and sound engineer of over fifteen years experience, she is very comfortable with technical language and is most at home in a studio – although she'll go almost anywhere for a great flat white.
BBC, BP, Visa, GlaxoSmithKline, Oxford University Press, Groupon
Displayed prices are for the selected project type. Prices INCLUDE USAGE where applicable and are exclusive of VAT. The refundable booking fee (£6.50) is payable in advance of a session and the balance upon download of the high quality voiceover file. Clients have seven days after download to report an issue and request changes.