Chip & Potato

I’m delighted to announce my work on another Netflix animation series, Chip & Potato! You’ll hear me as the voice of the Razzles, Ken Garoo and a few others as well!

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Hello Ninja

You can now hear me as the Dad in the new animated Netflix series, Hello Ninja! There’ll be more animation news from me in the next few months as well…

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F1 2019

I’m extremely happy to be able to reveal that I was involved in the new F1 2019 game! Recording at the lovely Centroid studios in Pinewood, UK I was brought in to provide both motion and facial capture for a variety of roles in the game. You’ll find me inhabiting the bodies and faces of…

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Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey

Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey from Salix Games launches today! The team at Salix were an absolute delight to work with and it was my pleasure to give life to Sg.t Gully, Mr. Scott and a whole host of other characters. If you’re into Arthurian legends mixed with Jack the Ripper stories all…

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The Occupation

The highly anticipated “The Occupation” from White Paper Games launches today and I’m incredibly happy to see this out in the wild at last. I’ve been working with the team at White Paper for close to 2 years and have the pleasure of playing one of the antagonists, Chance Crow along with some other minor…

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Pathfinder Kingmaker: Varnhold’s Lot

Another RPG, more voices from me (immediately apologises for the terrible rhyme). Pathfinder Kingmaker has released its 2nd DLC today, Varnhold’s Lot. I had the pleasure of voicing the main character, Maegar Varn. Join him as he struggles with the logistics of establishing a barony after a life as a humble mercenary. Oh, and you…

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A Child’s Creativity

My son is 4 and yet currently knows more creativity that I will ever know again in my life time. The plus side of this is that he recently taught me a great lesson about what creativity means that I thought I’d share with you. I hope it provides you with the same epiphany it bought me! LEGO…

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Dealing with Rejection

One of the things I wish someone had told me before I got in to voice acting was just how much rejection I was going to have to cope with and more importantly how much that rejection would hurt. The same goes for any facet of life really, rejection can always be difficult to navigate but when…

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eLearning logistics – how to create files in seconds

The eLearning Challenge! If you’re a voiceover artist that works in eLearning, you’ll know that one of the more trickier aspects of it is coping with the need to split and name sometimes hundreds of files. Splitting and individually naming files can sometimes take longer than the recording itself and ultimately, time not spent behind…

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Character Voiceover Tip: Build a library

Prepare your character stable! One of the most important things you can do to increase your capabilities is to actually document what you already know and build a character library. Your character library will be your rolodex of voices that you can “turn on” immediately and be the go to resource when you need to…

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