Mike is a British voiceover artist who, in 2014 uprooted his successful voiceover business from London to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. His vocal age range runs from young adult to middle age, with plenty of scope for light and shade. It’s a friendlier, more natural style of speaking that carries authority, but which also has a knack of making even the most complex and technical script shine through with absolute clarity.
Mike enjoys the 17-yard commute from his log cabin to his studio (complete with mountain views and pet goats) and works extensively on e-Learning and training projects, explainer and corporate videos, TV and radio commercials and promos.
Somehow, he also finds time to host for his local NPR station, whose listeners seem to have fallen in love with his British accent.
In his 30 years of UK broadcast experience (across both TV and radio, and on both sides of the control room glass) including ten years with the world’s largest radio station – the BBC World Service, along with a seven-year run as a network voice for HISTORY. With countless corporate, commercial and documentary credits under his belt, he’s a familiar voice to millions.
Studio: Mike runs Pro Tools in his home studio, and works with a Neumann TLM 193 as his main microphone, via a Focusrite ISA 430 MkII preamp. Clients can connect via phone, Skype, Source-Connect Pro, or any of the browser-based options