Inconsequential - a poem...

One take, one recording, no editing but to trim the act of starting and stopping the video.

Sometimes a voiceover script is naturally rhythmic in nature, melodic in flow, poetic in picturing the scene it sets. Sometimes, it’s my job as a voice artist to lift the most corporate, mechanical words from the page and give them a certain gracefulness.

It’s not very often at all that I am asked to read an actual poem.

When a couple of phrases popped into my head while musing the way people behave towards each other, I opened Google Keep and turned my train of thought into a poem. As an exercise, I recorded it in my booth as soon as I’d finished writing it. Here it is. I hope the words are useful.

If you have a script you want bringing to life – whether for an ad, an explainer video, a character for a drama or a videogame or an animation, your company voicemail or, yes, even a poem – get in touch to book me today.

Found this helpful?

Save it or share it using the buttons below

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pocket
Share on whatsapp
Share on email
Categories: VideoVoiceover

Anthony Hewson

British male voiceover artist Anthony Hewson