Tuesday, 7 October 2014

...STV, Hospitality E Learning, SSE, VSA, Network Rail.

It's been a seriously busy week or so here at my voice overs studio - and naturally, I've been loving it! Here are a few highlights...

One of my biggest e-learning projects to date (21,000 words) was voicing an educational course for the hospitality industry, with the team at Junction 18.  I always learn something new from these types of projects!

I've also voiced another promotional video for VSA (Voluntary Services Aberdeen). They're such a wonderful company to support and it's a real privilege to be involved in highlighting their great work. As always, as part of my Ethical Voice policy, I love to support special charities like these by offering a 50% reduction on my standard fee.

Network Rail are continuing their consultation process in Glasgow, ahead of proposed redevelopment of Queen Street station and I've just voiced new commercials for Heart Scotland which publicise the project.

I've been back in the studio (Finiflex in Edinburgh) with the team at The Gate Worldwide, to voice an on-going project for energy & telecoms supplier, SSE.

Finally, STV have launched a brand new TV channel for Glasgow and I've just voiced their sponsorship trail.

This snapshot of my work portfolio showcases just how much variety there can be for a voice over artist - every project is different, and there's plenty of fun in the process! Until next time...


Vicky Watt is a leading Scottish, female voice over artist available daily from her professional studio by the sea. She'll also happily travel to your chosen studio in the city for face-to-face voice sessions. For more information, please go to her main page at www.vickywatt.co.uk.