Rachel’s voice is naturally RP, described as reassuring, conversational and sincere, with the warmth of a mother’s hug. She also has a background in theatre and knows how to tell a story; bringing characters to life for audiobooks or delivering a conversational lift and instinctive comic timing to corporate and commercial reads. Responsive and easy to direct, Rachel would be delighted to help with your next project.
Rachel has 20 years of professional experience in the cultural sector working on creative projects as an event producer, writer and project manager – so she knows how to be part of a larger team and always delivers her part of a project efficiently, without any fuss and with good humour. Rachel has worked mostly on corporate and commercial projects but also audiobooks and animation and with a 1st class degree in theatre and an MA in performance she is no stranger to telling a good story and connecting with her audience!
Clients: Lego Group, EDF Energy, Guide Dogs UK, NHS, Mckinsey & Company, Fidelity International, ACANA, English Heritage, Orcam Technologies, Canon Medical, Thales Alenia Space
Studio: Mic: AKG C414 XL11 Computer: Mac Book Pro / DAW: Reaper / Interface: SSL 2+ / Speakers: JBL 305P Mkll / Headphones: Sennheiser HD 300 Pro
To book female voiceover artist Rachel for your next voiceover project contact bookings agent Alex at email@example.com or call +44 1753 439 289
Rachel is a delightful talent to work with as well as a great actor. She made the character she voiced full of life. Would definitely book again. – Paul Hollingsworth, Digital Wizards
Rachel is a true professional; working with her has been a great experience. She was such a great team player with fast turnarounds and prompt responses. We’re delighted with the results and wouldn’t hesitate to work with her again. – Timea Babiczki, TRAFIK Productions
I chose Rachel among many artists for her incredibly warm voice, whose tone was just perfect for storytelling. She has the ability to take the story to a new dimension, making it so much more real. – Cristina Loggia, Author