...Something I have discovered during the last 9 years of working for myself is that I love diversity. During this time I have done many things in many different places here in the UK, across the rest of Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia. None of this would have been possible, had I not taken the chance to work for myself. It also appears that along the way, I have adopted quite a few different personas depending on the work role, these have included:
- Formal educator (aka Senior University Lecturer)
- Instructional Designer
- Learning Specialist Adviser
- Conference Key Note Speaker & Chair
- Career Coach
- Professional Supervisor
- Quality Assessor
and now.... VOICE OVER ARTIST!
I have long harboured the dream of becoming an musical performer and actor, but as someone who cannot sing a note, felt it was beyond my reach - if I had known then what I know now (as demonstrated on X Factor), I could have simply used microphone technology and software to alter my dreadful singing voice. Whereas I cannot sing, I can certainly speak and now am splitting my personality even further by exploring and expanding the Voice Over side of my business interests.
To reflect these changes, this blog will now focus exclusively on my journey into the world of the voice-over (VO) artist, whilst my other business developments will feature on my LearningVoice Blog.
A new VO website is planned and some new recordings will soon be in production - so listen up and enjoy my split personality.
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< GO TO MY NEW VO WEBSITE