Over 10 years radio experience voicing TV, radio and cinema commercials plus answerphone services for slingshot, kia-ora phone card etc… I have won many radio awards over the years for voicing and singing jingles and can do both straight and character voices/accents.
Bob’s broadcasting history goes back to the early days of Radio Hauraki [the instigators of private radio in NZ] After 3 decades of hosting top rated radio shows Bob specialized in the art of ‘Voice Work’ and continues to be one of the countries most sort after voice talent. Bob’s reads cover everything from soft and sensual to full on hard sell retail.
Bruce Hopkins is one of our most versatile presenters. A former limbs dancer, accomplished actor and voice talent, Bruce has the ability to quickly identify with the target market and can adapt his delivery to match. Bruce also has the ability to improvise on the job, adding real value to any production.
Another very versatile presenter, Pete is a New Zealand Radio Award winning broadcaster who continues to add to his 30 plus years experience by hosting the More FM Bay of Islands Breakfast Show. A much sought after voice within the Mediaworks Company, he’s also the voice of two monsters on the new Power Rangers series featuring in the USA and can adapt to suit any selling style… Hard, middle of the road, soft and character voices… tell Pete what you want and he’ll deliver.
Angie has worked in radio for many years and has a warm, trustworthy and professional sound. Perfect for highly commercial work. Angie is an experienced newsreader so is also comfortable with narration and documentary voiceovers.
Ayse (Pronounced Eye-sha Tezz-ell – in case you were wondering) has a pretty impressive CV. Fresh home to New Zealand (where she grew up) from the UK ( where she was orginaly born), the USA and Australia. She has worked on Short Films, Feature Films and TV in all three countries as well as in NZ before she left. Originally trained here at South Seas Film and Televison school she is a focused and committed actor with incredible professionalism. Her VO has a soft gentle and trustworthy feel and she is accomplished in a number of accents.
Carey-Jane Lord’s back ground is in radio, first as ZM Newsreader in Wellington, then Creative Writer which included voicing radio commercials and singing jingles.
Fast-forward ten years after her role as Creative Director at Mediaworks Radio Tauranga, she now freelances and her versatile voice is currently heard on TV commercials, on-hold telephone messages (IRV’s), cinema advertisements, tourism videos, in-store announcements and recently, audio books.
David Burke-Kennedy has over 40 years’ broadcasting and presentation experience with the main networks, individual stations -and television – currently on Mediaworks and affiliated stations from the Radio Live News Centre. An announcer, narrator and commercial voice, his mature, friendly, authoritative, and empathetic delivery makes him ideal for corporate, institutional, tourism, medical, as well as retail.
Stephen Oliver is a voice artist with a world of experience. Freelanced as production voice, narrator, newsreader, announcer, voice actor, vocal coach, journalist, radio producer, columnist, copy and feature writer. Lived in Australia for the last two decades. Stephen worked as the principal promos voice for the Documentary Channel from its inception. He’s recorded everything you have thought of and a few you haven’t – did we mention, Orchestral Narration? Whatever vocal expectations and intelligent interpretation you want – Stephen’s your man! A deep, commanding voice.