Sustainability at Longwood Engineering from Longwood Engineering on Vimeo.

Here’s a recent voice over I did for Leagus Video for a series of videos they produced for their client Longwood Engineering in Huddersfield. They were looking for a down to earth yet passionate northern voice to communicate the company’s strengths and values.

Longwood Engineering Web Video

Pitchero Payments from Tall Ltd on Vimeo.

This is a voice over I did last month for the digital design agency Tall. They created a fantastic looking animated piece for their client Pitchero that needed a sporty but professional sounding male voice. Hopefully I hit the mark!

Pitchero animation

I’ve just updated my new voice over reel for 2014 so thought I’d post last year’s demo here in case anyone still wants to hear it! Hit play on the video above to have a listen or right click the link below and select ’save target as’ to download an MP3.

Tim Rumboll Voice Over Demo 2013

Voice over demo 2013

This is a voice over I did for a series of animations commissioned by Student Finance England. The concept was based around taking a minute to learn about different financial topics relevant to young people heading off to university. Nice music and animation I thought.

Student Finance England – A Minute For…

This is a voice over I did for the Converse and Google Plus “Hack a Chuck” promo video. The “Hack a Chuck” project got creatives from around the world to come up with unusual ways to adapt Converse Chuck Taylor sneaks.

Converse and Google Plus – Hack a Chuck

This is a web video/slide-show for BMW that I provided the voice over for. The video was produced by Hurricane Media with my part recorded at SNK Studios in London.

BMW – Web Video/Slide-Show

I’ve been the voice on Stoneacre Motor Group’s radio and TV commercials for a while now so it’s probably time I put an example on my website. This latest commercial was produced by Whitenoise and I think it looks great!

Stoneacre Motor Group – TV Campaign

I’ve had a cold coming on for nearly a week now. Up until yesterday I was getting through voice over sessions on a combination of Sudafed, Paracetamol and Hayfever tablets but today my voice turned into a croak.

Seeing that I’d got a days enforced rest, I decided to have a look online for cold remedies that might help me get back on track. One suggestion was a cup of black tea with 1 tablespoon each of cider vinegar, lemon juice and honey stirred in which didn’t sound too bad. Drinking hot water with Ginger, Lemon and Honey in it is also supposed to be a good thing as well.

I was surprised to learn that decongestants and hayfever remedies dry your vocal chords out – maybe hammering the Sudafed wasn’t such a good idea. I’ve cut out the dairy products though and been dosing up on vitamins so hopefully with all this I’ll be back in the voice over booth in a day or so.

Until then, I’ll just enjoy the sofa.

Man down – voice over needs cold remedies