As a Northern voiceover artist, you would think that press would be exceedingly rare, right? Well, that is up to you! I have been in voiceover for 5 years and use my Northern niche to my advantage. It is important to connect, network, and share with the rest of the industry and you reap out of environments you invest into. I find great enjoyment in interviewing actors, casting directors, agents, and anyone else in the industry who have some value to offer. In turn, I have had the honour of being interviewed myself on multiple occasions.
I have been interviewed as an actor by a worldwide acting training school. I have been interviewed by colleges (including the one I attended as a teenager). I have been interviewed by The Buzz Magazine which is the only magazine in the world dedicated to the voiceover industry. It does not stop with just print though, I have been asked to speak on webinars and podcasts too. I have even been invited to speak on stage at conventions.
Celebrating Success in Press
The thing is, I have something to say! I want to offer input into the voiceover industry and I want to help and support other artists in their voiceover journey. Some of the content is strictly an overview of something I have done or said. But the best PR of all is where I have the opportunity to talk on a topic. I have spoken about performance, auditions, and even mental health over the years. PR is so much fun and it is so important for any working actor and/or voiceover artist. I believe when we share our experience, our knowledge, and our time with each other, we all succeed together. We can all celebrate each other’s success.