You've heard it all before?
Well, chances are you’ve heard some of it.
That’s because Emma provides voiceovers for travel and wildlife shows, continuity announcements, TV ads and radio. She frequently voices medical, as well as health and safety videos and is great with pronunciations, tongue-twisters and accents.
Psst…and we bet you didn’t know…
Emma was one of 5 finalists out of 20,000 to be the voice of BT’s Speaking Clock.
Like what you hear?
Online Video Content
Emma is a popular choice for corporate videos, promotional films, in-house training and public information videos.
She brings years of professional experience and a well known personality to video content for high profile clients like Coca-Cola, Kellogg and Schindler Lifts. In the run up to the London 2012 Olympics she fronted The Royal Mint’s campaign for new 50p coin designs — and in 2016, teamed up with video production specialists TDV to film for superbrand FedEx.
Varying subject matter is never an issue. Whether it’s presenting post-operative hip and knee films for The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital or providing light relief for 'Dial-A-Dog-Wash' and pet psychology videos with Dr Roger Mugford, Emma’s adaptable and passionate about every project.
And if your set isn't autocue-friendly, don’t worry — Emma's used to learning pages of script quickly. Word for word. She also has extensive 3D studio experience, recording weather for Bloomberg and chalking up several weeks' worth of filming for Orange Mobile’s ‘Monkey’ campaign.
Voiceover and Video Clients:
- COCA COLA
- KRAFT FOODS
- THE ROYAL MINT
- NHS FOUNDATION TRUST
- PHILIPS INTERNATIONAL
- ROYAL ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL, BIRMINGHAM
- SCHINDLER LIFTS
- LAND ROVER
- LEE LONGLANDS
- AUSTRALIA TRAVEL
- WRESTLEMANIA (U.S.A)
- MPBA BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
- KENSINGTON MORTGAGE CO
- FASHION FACTORY
- ULTIMATE SPANISH PROPERTY SHOW
- WIMPEY HOMES
- REDROW HOMES
- BARRATT HOMES/WHIRLPOOL
- SEVERN VALLEY RAILWAYS
Want to pick a media brain?
Drawing from her own extensive knowledge of the industry, Emma delivers media training to educational institutions and corporate clients. Having originally trained with the BBC herself, she has subsequently worked as a media trainer with the BBC Academy.
She hosts a series of ‘Inspire’ business and motivational events and is frequently invited to give talks to schools and colleges.
If you have a training project you’d like to discuss with Emma, don’t hesitate to get in touch…