Do you want to learn how to use your voice in a more effective way?
Whether for animation, recording audiobooks, commercials, video games or maybe as a part of your physical stage/ screen work.
Maybe you want to read the bestest bedtime story for your niece or tell the funniest jokes to your mates.
Whatever it is, this introductory workshop is where you want to start.
In the workshop, you will have fun playing with your voice and learning the tricks of the trade.
You’ll try your skills in reading commercial ads (which will be way more fun than you thought) and get to have fun with animations (which will be as fun as you think).
The workshop is led by voice actor Jennifer Bradley.
It is very practical and you will get to work and get 1:1 feedback.
For this reason, numbers will be limited and you’re encouraged to register soon to secure your place.
You don’t need any previous acting or voice acting experience to take this workshop.
You don’t need to be a native English speaker to take the workshop.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Your teacher: Jennifer Bradley
Jen has worked in the industry for over fifteen years as an actor, eleven of which have been a lot of voiceover. Jen has worked across the voice industry in Commercials (Dove, Hive, Philips, Google, St. Ive's and many more), Video Games (Eve: Valkyrie, Secrets Of the Dragon Wheel) and Animation (Big Bear & Squeak, Icebreaker Snow and Snore). She's also leant her voice to explainers, meditation spots, walla work, IVR and ADR. Jen does cohost a podcast called Actor & Agent and you can usually find Jen always looking for other ways to learn. She absolutely loves everything voiceover and is extremely patient and giving to her students.