Why Voiceover Artists Need Good Briefs

Why Voiceover Artists Need Good Briefs 5 reasons to give a good brief in a voiceover project   I like briefs. I like detailed briefs. I like detailed, branded, functional briefs.  Too much information? Not for me. You see, we’re not talking about cotton underwear. We’re talking about business briefs. Proper, professional, business briefs. Briefs so good they …

How to Hire a UK Voiceover Artist

How to Hire a UK Voiceover Artist 10 tips for good teamwork between clients, production houses and artists     What are your rates? Here’s the script – how much? Can you do a 30 quid buy-out with an NDA for all online media forever? These are all genuine questions I’ve been asked in recent …

Too Much Information Is Good

Too Much Information Is Good: A guide to client briefs in voiceover booking Information overload: it’s good for voiceover project quotes.  Photo credit: Pexels.com   Before I became a full-time professional voiceover artist, I used to eat information for breakfast. I used to eat information at drive time. I used to eat information overnight. And …

Why GDPR is FUBAR

Why GDPR is FUBAR The EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is like the Kennedy assassination: everybody’s got an opinion about it, lots of people claim they’re experts, nobody seems to be right, and we may be destined to debate it forever. And like the death of America’s 35th president, to me at least, GDPR …

Ready For Launch

Ready For Launch   There’s a lot of hard work that goes into launching a website for a voice over business. It’s a bit like a space launch. First, you need the ideas. Second, you need the engineering to push those ideas forward. Third, you need the team to bring those ideas and engineering together. …