I dream in voice-over
The older I get, the better my voice – and the better my work. It’s like a frequent-flyer upgrade at the gate: you’re shuffling along with the crowd when suddenly you hear your name, and a smiling crew member hands you a new boarding pass and you turn left. After more than 20 years in the business my voice is that of the good-natured smart guy: trust me, I know what I’m talking about.
I used to want to sound like George Clooney — now I’m quite happy to sound like myself. My speciality is what they like to call mid-Atlantic, trans-Atlantic or neutral English: I’m a native speaker, but you’re not quite sure where I’m from. I’m good with languages: I can crank up the American if you like, sound a bit British, and my various non-native accents are pretty good too. My sound is generally easy-going, but I can also be energetic and motivational.
A couple of years ago I converted part of my house into a studio, so I can now deliver broadcast quality audio 24 hours a day.
I do voice-over work for companies like Heineken, Lego, KLM, Sage, Phillips, Topcon, Mammoet, Qatar Airlines, Tommy Hilfiger, Adidas and Nissan, as well as case films for Ogilvy, Wunderman Thompson and TBWA\NEBOKO.
I also make films and you can book me as an actor.
More info? Just send me a message. I’d love to hear from you!