Voice of God
Voice presenter for all sorts of live events
Keep control of your live event.
It can be a lifesaver to have someone on a headset to hear what’s going on technically, with a microphone to speak to the audience and the people on stage.
It’s the bridge between ‘content’, ‘technical’ and ‘audience’, and that’s my job.
“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
Why choose me?
Co-presenter to add showbiz and glitz to your event, but still getting all the words right. As one client said – “Authoritative but friendly”.
Being live in the room, my timing reacts to the unplanned things – extra-long applause or someone reading out the wrong name.
Forty years of live radio, TV and events makes me pretty much unflappable. Adapting to the unexpected is one of the reasons I love to Do It Live.
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How I work
Get in touch
You contact me with the date and brief for your staff conference, awards, launch, victorious football team celebration: we agree the fee.
Prepping for your event
I do any prep needed: research, recording, planning meetings, and making the script my own.
The Big Day
On the day I’m there on time, in good voice and with my specialist kit to make everybody’s life easier.
I do my part in a memorable event
After the event
Once the dust has settled, the compliments are coming in and everybody’s happy, I send a 30-days invoice.
I send you a feedback email so you can tell me exactly what you thought of what I did.
Some events will take a hybrid approach, mixing a live in-person audience with some audience members joining virtually.
Some uses for The Voiceologist on your virtual or hybrid event:
- All links for the whole event in continuity-announcer style.
- Listing nominations for awards
- Introducing speakers
- A simple introduction for the event.
‘Ten minute’ and ‘five minute’ warnings in the run-up to a live broadcast.
Just what I’d do for a live event, but with a slightly different tone of voice, and I’m in a studio with you or in my home studio and either pre-recording or live over one of the many link-up methods.
In the conference-type event I can do links between presentations, trailers for things coming later and cross-references to other strands, on-demand recordings, before introducing the next session: all in the relaxed, chatty style familiar to anyone who’s watched live TV.