Tuesday, 26 February 2013

...losing your way.


Me x 3 at M8 Media...



You'd think us voice artists would be pretty used to the sound of our own voice, right? Usually, that's true but on Friday, I had the chance to do a voice project at M8 Media in Glasgow that tested me in a new way.  The task was to change just a few keys words to an on-camera corporate video I'd recorded a few months earlier by lip-syncing new audio with the on-camera presentation. I know some people are absolute pros at this but for me, it was a whole new experience!  It was a fun twist on a studio session, a creative challenge...and together with the awesome producers at M8 Media, we nailed it!

Thank you, guys! :)

Vicky Watt is a leading Scottish, female voice over artist available daily from her professional studio by the sea. She'll also happily travel to your chosen studio in the city for face-to-face voice sessions. For more information, please go to her main page at www.vickywatt.co.uk. She is also featured at www.voiceovers.co.uk.  You can view ethical policy via my main website.

Tuesday, 12 February 2013

...Ethical Success


"Ultimately the lessons are that winning at all costs is not winning at all. Winning is only winning when we do it ethically, honestly, humbly and with integrity. And if we want to feel proud of our success we need to start by ensuring we have an environment where people can speak up about ethical concerns. Such a culture might well have saved companies from Libor, phone hacking, PPI, horse meat and many other accidents and scandals."

Neil Crofts, Authentic Business Coach 
- Article, The Ethics Of Lance Armstrong


Vicky Watt is a leading Scottish, female voice over artist available daily from her professional studio by the sea. She'll also happily travel to your chosen studio in the city for face-to-face voice sessions. For more information, please go to her main page at www.vickywatt.co.uk. She is also featured at www.voiceovers.co.uk.  You can view ethical policy via my main website.

Tuesday, 5 February 2013

...the reel deal


“The reason we struggle with insecurity is 
 because we compare our behind-the-scenes 
with everyone else’s highlight reel” 
~ Steve Furtick