Mike's voice is warm, friendly, authoritative, enthusiastic, and - most importantly - believable. His delivery is neutral, modern, unaccented English. It's a friendly, natural style that carries authority but also has a knack of making even the most complex and technical script shine through with absolute clarity.
Mike's vocal age range runs from young adult to middle age, with plenty of scope for light and shade.
Much of Mike's work is in broadcast. He's in demand for documentary voiceovers for channels like History, National Geographic and CI. He can also be heard on the BBC World Service as a station announcer and newsreader, and years of radio work means he can "sight read" very well. He's used to getting the best out of difficult scripts and is often able to suggest a better way to phrase something if the production would benefit. An ability to bring dry, technical reads to life makes him an especially versatile choice for everything from phone prompts to awards ceremonies!
BBC, History Channel, National Geographic, QVC, British Gas, Royal mail
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 ten working days after download to report an issue and request changes.