Emma is a natural storyteller. At three years old, she discovered the wonder of audio when her mum won a cassette recorder in a raffle. Have a listen to the audio below and hear Emma re-discovering recordings she made when she was a tiny child.
Emma thinks in sound. She understands how audio can transport the listener to another time, another place. She loves stories and is fascinated by characters and words.
She started voicing professionally at 16 when she was hired by the BBC to read poetry and prose for Radio 4 in a programme produced by the late, great Alfred Bradley. She set up a theatre company when she was 18 and soon began voicing commercials. She became a full-time voiceover at 23. She’s been lucky enough to be one of the iconic ‘Mind The Gap’ voices on London Underground.
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