If you have an awards event to run, whether you're the Producer, the AV company or the Client, then you'll appreciate the need for keeping control of the way things happen. A live show is unpredictable, which makes it valuable to have someone in the room on a headset to hear what's going on technically, with a microphone to speak to the audience (and the people on stage) and a script to indicate what's supposed to be happening - as distinct from what's actually going on! It's an important bridge between the worlds of 'content', 'technical' and 'audience', and that's my job.
Don't be fooled by the actors and commercial voiceovers who think they can do this because they're used to speaking into a microphone - there's a lot more to it than that!
Let's talk about what I can bring to your event
Our Survey Said:
"Mister Mellifluous" - Moira Stuart
"Wish I had a voice like that" - Huw Edwards
"Let's hear it for the Voice!" - Ben Fogle
"If that's God I've taken a wrong turn" - Hugh Dennis
"Ah, it's you - great to see you again" - Jeremy Vine
"I have worked with Jonathan as voiceover for a number of busy award shows. Jonathan has a great
voice that cuts through any mumbling murmuring crowd cleanly. He is charming with the client and gives a word perfect delivery. I would have no hesitation in recommending Jonathan for any event of this type."
- Tess Townsend, Producer/Showcaller
"He's been my 'go-to-person' for Voice of God services at events for over 20 years. His sheer professionalism - you get what you ask for, when you need it - his ability to respond to what is happening and adapt as necessary: and the fact clients love his voice, which is a mixture of interest in what is being said with a note of authority: make him a great person to work with."
- Amanda Rayner, Producer