Emma Hignett 30s/40s Female Voice Over

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Emma Hignett - commercials

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“Clear, warm, ABC1, own studio”


Emma's a popular voice over with more than 20 years' experience in commercials, corporate voice overs, on-hold phone systems, e-learning, audio books ... and public announcement systems!

Emma's the Voice of London Buses' iBus system, Overground trains and Riverbus, heard daily by more than 9 million travellers. And they include those who live and work in London as well as visitors from around the world. And as the Voice of London's Buses ...she did the announcements for the London 2012 Olympic Stadium bus stops too!

Emma works from her own studio (with ISDN) in County Durham. She provides voice overs for clients across the world. Her voice is versatile - warm, beautiful, natural and British. As well as a classic RP voice, she also records in her native North Western. She can be heard on commercials, branding, corporate films, training videos, IVR phone systems and audio books.

Recent clients include
- Microsoft
- Barclaycard
- X-box
- Alton Towers
- Virgin Money
- Mothercare
- Transport for London.

One thing clients regularly say about Emma is how flexible she is to work with, not only fitting recording schedules around your deadlines, but also working closely with you to ensure you get exactly what you want from your voiceover.

Medical product demo - voice over by Emma Hignett

Recent Look North feature on Emma's work for London's buses

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Suresh Ajani, IT Solutions: "Was a great pleasure working with Emma, she is very accommodating, professional and provided excellent work with a fast turnaround. Highly recommended."

"We hired Emma to be the voice of our own promo video. She got the brief and went the extra mile to deliver exactly what we were looking for. Really nice to work with too, so we'll be recommending her to our own clients!" Audio4post.com

Jon King, Envisuals: “Friendly, helpful and professional. A great performance – just what we needed. Thanks a lot.”

Connie Reason (@FueledbyMisa on twitter): #ff best voices in the country;) @emmahignett @sayerhamilton

Charlotte Stow, Zine: “That’s fantastic, many thanks – you are a rare talent, lucky us!”

Connie McGarvey, Gcore Technologies: “Emma surpassed our already high expectations and it was a pleasure working withher, we were pleasantly surprised at how fast she could produce such excellent work.”

Jennifer Dyer, JH2 Group Ltd: “A big thank you to you! for being so patient and going the extra mile!”

Dan, founder of Plancake.com: "What I liked about working with Emma was that she just made it happen: I asked her for something quite complicated to arrange but she went the extra mile to deliver what I wanted."

Jean Tucker, MadeInTheNow.com: "We had a great time working with Emma - she was very accommodating to our needs, could record professional quality using her own resources, took direction really well and worked with us to produce the best result."

Thomas Crum, ITNeo: “Wonderful job. Timely, professional. Recommend highly!”

Steve Marth, Spunk Design Machine: “Great work, fast turnaround, open to critique and adjustments. Highly recommended!”

Andy Johnson, Saland Publishing: “Emma is an absolutely top draw voice artist and presenter. I have contracted her on numerous occasions over the last fifteen years and she always delivers beyond expectations. Fantastic voice and delivery and a lovely person too!”

Peter Rogers, The Giggle Group: “A lot of female voiceovers seem to fall into one of two groups – young and clubby or mature and corporate. We’ve used Emma recently and were very impressed, she fills the gap between those two extremes perfectly. She has a great voice and knows how to use it, she injects enthusiasm and energy into her reads as well as warmth and pathos. I expect us to be working with her a lot more in the future.”

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