Museum Guide Voiceover – yes please!

Museum Guide Voiceover – yes please!

Museum Guide Voiceover

Me: Somewhat like buses, right?

You: …?

Me: Certain types of jobs I meant, sorry, I was going for the mysterious LinkedIn opening hook.

You: Oh, explain?

Me: Well…

<wibbly wobbly screen effect>

I’ve never done narration for a museum guide before, and I’ve had two in the last week. One for a National Trust property in Hampshire and the other for a motor museum in Arkansas…somewhere.

Doing this kind of genre is a new one for me, but I love the scripts I’ve seen so far – well written and interesting – and can’t wait to get my teeth into them. Not literally, as that’d make it hard to read. Get started, I meant.

Session on Monday for one, and the script is still being tweaked on the other so will be a little while yet, but something to look forward to.

Ready for a niche CTA?

Do you own a museum? Do you need a damn good voice for your guides? Well, here I am! Let’s connect!

Mark x

#Audioguide #museum #Narrator

(Non-AI Image of a happy #voiceoverartist looking wistfully at the sky. He’s sighing in contentment or it’s acid reflux.)

I’m Mark, a British Voiceover and I’m getting to record some damn interesting stuff. Want to send more my way to keep this smile on my face? DM and all that.

By Mark

A damn good British English Voiceover Artist based on the South Coast of the UK.

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