Book a voice over
It's simple to book a female voice over with me!
Follow the steps below and I look forward to the opportunity of working with you soon.
Work with me
Step 1: Get in touch
If your project is a little more in depth and you'd like to discuss it first, I would be happy to arrange a Zoom or Teams call with you (at no cost).
Don't forget, if you're not sure I'm the right fit for your project, contact me for a no-commitment, free sample read.
You can also download samples (corporate reel, commercial reel or character/accent reel) to send on to clients to help with the decision-making process. Individual samples of different styles of read can be downloaded, and you can view recent work samples. Check out what clients say about working with me, too!
Step 2: Provide details
Please include as much detail as you can about your project. Specifically, I'll need to know:
How many words need to be recorded (or a rough estimate)
Where and how the voice over will be used - for example, is it a corporate read for a company. website, or a commercial for TV/radio. Please note that I expressly do not give consent for my voice to be used for any projects that involve cloning or AI modelling or learning.
How long will the voice over be used for?
Your budget or rough estimate - I am happy to negotiate the most cost effective solution for your project, although you can find more information about industry voice over rates at Gravy for the Brain. Please note this is a guide and rates can be further negotiated.
Your deadline - I am usually able to deliver within 24 hours, although this cannot be guaranteed. If you require express delivery, there may be a further charge for this.
Whether you need a directed session, or if you are happy for me to self-record your script.
The format in which you require the audio to be delivered - for example, wav or mp3. If you have a specific format requirement for IVR phone messages, please also confirm this.
If you'd like me to add music or sound effects to your recording, or you'd like me to time-sync to, for example, an existing video, please also let me know in your initial message as this may incur additional time and fees.
Ideally, you'll supply the copy in a word document, although I can work with pdfs. A storyboard is useful, but not essential, as it helps give me some context to how the voice over will fit with the visuals. If you only have a storyboard, it would be hugely helpful to have the copy formatted into a word document, if possible.
If you want me to sound a particular way, please do mention this as well. References to similar vocal deliveries or even previous work are really helpful, too.
Step 3: Confirm booking
If you wish to proceed, I will confirm the booking by email and provide you with an estimated timescale for delivery.
If you wish to book a directed session, we will agree a convenient time and date for this to take place. I am also able to travel to a remote studio at a date and time of your choosing.
Step 4: Delivery
Files will be delivered in your chosen format, either by email or large file transfer platform, such as WeTransfer. At the point of delivery, I will also usually include an invoice for the work completed, with payment due within 30 days. However, you can always come back to me if you need any changes or revisions.
Step 5: Revisions
I am very flexible on revisions and am usually happy to include these in the original quote. I want you to be 100% happy with the final audio - after all, there's little point in hiring me if you cannot use the finished product! Even later down the line, and something changes, revisions can still be made.
However, please note that large script changes may incur additional fees. This will be negotiated on a case-by-case basis.