I am your perfectly ordinary global citizen: born in Germany, raised in Spain and England, lived in my spiritual homeland of India, and now based in quaint Salzburg, Austria. As the son of broadcast media professionals, from an early age I developed a keen ear for the subtle nuances that differentiate, and that bind communication in different parts of the world.
Now a High German voice artist with a native command of English and fluent Spanish, I have voiced for renowned clients from all corners of the globe, and would gladly bring your copy to life as well – be it of a commercial, documentary, dubbing or feature film nature. I cut my teeth working in post-production studios in London, Duesseldorf and Berlin, and as a trained senior audio engineer with location recording, TV, spatial and cinema mixing credits to my name, you can also be sure to receive the very highest sound quality to make your production shine.
Companies, agencies and production houses value my warm timbre and smooth delivery, and I have often been booked for productions needing both German and English voice overs, plus I relish voicing in English with a German accent!
I have been praised for my meticulous German work ethics, and love seeing projects come to fruition where music, visuals, sound effects and voice overs combine harmoniously. So, if you would like to discuss your project and would like a fair and professional quote, simply reach out and let’s record!
Studio & Rates
I have been sound engineering for over 20 years, and as a matter of personal pride will make sure that your audio sounds as best as can be, using ProTools recording software and gear from the likes of Neumann, SSL, Adam, Hafler, Urei, Focusrite, and many more.
I edit my files carefully and can deliver in all usual audio formats, usually WAV/24b/48k files via an online file delivery service.
ISDN, Source Connect, Skype or telephone directed recording sessions can easily be arranged upon request too.
All projects will be quoted in a fair and transparent manner, and negotiated on a project-byproject basis.
The following rate cards are industry standard and are used as a general
English language productions: GVAA (Global Voice Academy):
German language productions: VDS (Verband Deutscher Sprecher):