Blanche is an award-winning female Scottish voiceover artist living in London. She’s been voicing for over eight years since graduating with an Acting degree from Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.
Blanche is best known for being the imaging voice of BBC Radio Scotland. She’s also part of the crowd ADR loop group for Outlander, BBC’s The Nest and Channel 4’s Deadwater Fell.
You may also have come across her voice on TV, Radio, Spotify, on a work training day, playing a video game or watching an animation with the kids – and yes, that’s her voice guiding you to ‘Cashier number 1’ in Lidl around Scotland too!
She’s recently released her own Podcast ‘Isolation and Me’ about the impact Covid-19 has had on the events industry.
She is the VOX Awards Winner for Best Visual Advertising Campaign 2019.
Clients: The Royal Bank of Scotland, Virgin Media, Sky. Manchester Airport, Heriot-Watt University, BBC Scotland and KPMG.
Studio: Her professional home studio consists of Microphone – Rode NT1-A Condenser, Scarlett 2i2 preamp, Headphones, Software- Audacity, MP3 or WAV files via email or WeTransfer. Blanche also has access to an ISDN studio via IpDTL.
Blanche has worked with us now on a fair few occasions and is extremely popular with our clients who require a young female Scottish accent. Here’s just one of the project’s Blanche has voiced for us at Great British Voices.