Jennifer is a multi award winning Southern Irish Voiceover Artist, Character Actor & Audio Producer. She works globally from her own Professional Home Studio based in the UK near London. Her voice is natural, engaging and versatile. Jennifer has lived in Galway, Dublin, London, New York & many cities around the world so she has a great repertoire of accents under her belt. She has worked in Audio for over 12 years as an Audio Production Executive with BBC Audiobooks, an Audio Production Controller with Pottermore by JK Rowling & now a Freelance Audio Producer & Voiceover Artist from her own studio. Jennifer is a professionally trained actor and director. She holds a BA Hons Degree in English Literature & Drama Studies & a distinction in Radio Programme Production.
Jennifer is the voice of Celtic Routes Travel in English & Irish (Gaelic), now live across Sky TV, ITV Hub, RTE One & All 4 Adventure. She recently played the role of Geantrai in the Bafta Nominated Action/Adventure Video Game Harp Song. Recent productions also include the Earphones Award Winning audiobook And Life Lights Up by Alice Taylor, The Ghostlights by Gráinne Murphy, The Beauty of Impossible Things & The Temple House Vanishing by Rachel Donohue, Earphones Award Winner The Ministry For the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson, A Cocoon With A View by Alice Taylor, Where the Edge Is by Gráinne Murphy, The Coroner's Daughter by Andrew Hughes & The Visitor by Zoe Miller. Jennifer is currently in production on The Perfume Killer & Murder Sky High, two Video Games + many corporate projects.
Clients include: Square, The European Commission, National Biodiversity Ireland, Sky, RTE, Tesco, Lidl, Accenture, Audible, AVIVA, Audi, Bolinda Audio, BBC, W.F. Howes, Hachette, Dreamscape etc.
Jennifer voices and produces audiobooks, documentaries, animation, video games & corporate projects for a global audience. She also produces and hosts Ear Candy, a podcast that champions everything audio. She is a member of Equity, Spotlight & PANA UK.
Training + Skills
Bath Spa University - BA Hons Degree in English Literature & Drama Studies
The Gaiety School of Acting, Ireland - Stage & Screen Acting, Stage Combat, Voice, Movement
Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, University of London - Acting: An Introduction + Acting: Working with Text
Up Your Game - Video Game Voice Acting Workshop - Directors Kirsty Gillmore & Randall Ryan.
TinPot Productions, Ireland - Radio / Voiceover Training
Dun Laoghaire Further Education Institute, Ireland - Distinction in Radio Programme Production