From the Award Winning Meerkat Manor, to documentaries like Australia’s Arid Heart on Nat Geo, The Great Dividing range on Discovery, or The Guns That Changed the Game on Binge, Brisbane’s own Mike Goldman has long been the go-to-man for documentary voiceovers in Queensland.
The prodigiously talented Hugh Parker is always in demand. The Queensland Ballet realised Hugh’s talent. They weren’t quite sold on his sauter, however their chairs did turn when they heard his voice; inviting him to narrate their recent interpretation of the classic tale, Peter and the Wolf.
There’s no doom and gloom when Liz Buchanan gets behind a mic and paints a brighter future with her signature warmth. This spot for the Qld Government’s Energy & Jobs Plan was recorded at The Voice Pant for Engine Group.
Liz makes power grids and infrastructure sound comforting, which is why she voices a lot of content for big government and corporate projects around Australia.
A seasoned and versatile artist, Thomas Larkin’s screen credits include Baz Lurhmann’s biopic ELVIS (2022) and animated feature film Combat Wombat (2022), where he performed opposite Deborah Mailman as the voice of Chief Furbank. You can also catch Thom on the SBS On Demand series Homecoming Queens (2018), television series Darby & Joan (2022) and Nickelodeon’s Rock Island Mysteries (2022).
So Mike’s agent gets a call from a lovely Spanish lady called Irene at FIBA, the international governing body of Basketball, because they’re looking for a live American voice for their USA broadcast of the Basketball World Cup.
Turns out, from the 100s of demos on offer, they wanted Mike Goldman! So, excitedly he packed his headphones and headed to Olympic Park for another big show at the Sydney Super Dome, AKA Qudos Bank Arena.
Walter Williams has been stepping up to the microphone in some of the best recording studios in Australia for decades. Walt’s voice is a part of Australian recording history. As a prolific and strong vocal talent, it’s no surprise that Walt’s won accolade after accolade for his contribution to spoken word.