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Who have you worked with?
I have had the privilege of working with some of the biggest names in the business and have been lucky enough to have played at top venues regionally and in London’s West End theatres Over the years i’ve been involved in many well known shows and films such as Chess, Oklahoma, The Sound of Music, The Rocky Horror Show, The Class of Miss MacMichael, Les Miserables, Merrily We Roll Along, House Of Obsession, As You Like It, A Lover And His Lass, Fears and Miseries of The Third Reich. People that I’ve worked with include Stockard Channing, Azure Skye, Matthew Goode, Sean Brosnan, Glenda Jackson, Oliver Reed, Timothy West, Prunella Scales, Jonathan Pryce, Elaine Paige, Trevor Nunn, Stephen Sondheim, Benny Andersson & Bjorn Ulvaeus, Cameron Mackintosh/The RSC, West Yorkshire Play House, Birmingham Rep, Babel Theatre Co and Jericho Productions to name but a few.
Is voice coaching only available in London & Brighton?

Voice coaching can take place at a location of your choice for a negotiable fee, so is not limited to London or Brighton.

Do you voice coach via Skype?

Yes, Skype voice coaching can be arranged.

My Top Voice Tips

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If your voice is tired the most effective remedy is “rest it completely” which includes talking on the phone.

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Steaming your voice either with with a bowl of hot water (no added oils etc) and a towel over your head and the bowl and breath in the steam. If necessary invest in a professional steamer for the voice (available on line)

tip 1

Water is essential for the body and the vocal folds, it should be room temperature and definitely not ice cold. Recommended Intake for women is 1.5litres/ men 2 litres. If physically exerting yourself then increase this.

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Soothing a tired voice – Warm water with Honey (preferably Manuka), lemon and fresh ginger slices.

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My Top Voice Tips

tip 3

Soothing a tired voice – Warm water with Honey (preferably Manuka), lemon and fresh ginger slices.

tip 1

Water is essential for the body and the vocal folds, it should be room temperature and definitely not ice cold. Recommended Intake for women is 1.5litres/ men 2 litres. If physically exerting yourself then increase this.

tip 2

If your voice is tired the most effective remedy is “rest it completely” which includes talking on the phone.

tip 4

Steaming your voice either with with a bowl of hot water (no added oils etc) and a towel over your head and the bowl and breath in the steam. If necessary invest in a professional steamer for the voice (available on line)

Recent Work

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