On a weekend run to the servo you fill up, wander inside to pay and grab a chocolate milk.
Coming back to the car, you lean on the bonnet taking in the afternoon’s view of nearby traffic. The suburbs stretch out in every heat filled direction. Red roofs, driveways and dogs.
Then you notice the guy beside you has a chocolate milk too. You give a half hearted cheers sign raising your bottle in his direction. The only difference is, that guy, Kieton Beilby, is the king of these streets and you’re just a passing visitor.
Kieton Bielby is the sultan of the suburbs. He’s as refreshing as a 7-11 slurpy, quick as a Macca’s drive thru fillet o fish and come Saturday Night, he’s the loudest shouting above the brand new EA game he’s kicking your butt with. Keiton delivers rapid fire insults with equal measure. As he delivers on his never give up promise of friendship to his mates made on the strength of a handshake years ago.
For writers, producers and clients Kieton is the man behind the wheel of the low and fast fully restored modified street car at the lights, he’s first in line at the motorcycle sale, he’s tried all your flavours of chips, drinks and burgers and he’s the last to leave the hospital when the doctor says his brother is not going to wake up.
Kieton isn’t just a young voice but a voice with authenticity and comes highly recommended from Scout Management.
It’s hard to believe but it’s true, every Australian has met Steve Bisley.
You see, Steve’s acting career of over 40 years has meant we all know his hard as nails cop, his warm as toast doctor and his tough as old boots outsider.
We’ve had him in our lounge rooms on the telly or he’s double dated us on the big screen at the movies.
Sometimes in a suit and tie, sometimes in a uniform or bike leathers , Steve Bisley is familiar to us and speaks to us in our own accent at our own pace.
This means for us the listener and for the business he represents with his voice, we can relax in his company. We can pull up a bar stool and listen to a story from someone
that could be your long lost relative you’ve recognised from across the room.
Used at its best, Steve’s voice is the voice of action. His voice wants you get going and get moving.
Drive it, push it, move it and if that doesn’t work, kick it and that should sort it!.
With passion and intensity , his voice sits behind the wheel of a new four wheel drive tested to it’s limits, a world wide bucket list adventure and a small town business dream of cracking a big overseas market celebrated with a shared beer from a tiny office fridge.
Steve Bisley is so adaptable, families could trust him to build their new home, blue collar work mates could listen to his lunch time yarns and the board room table
would be well advised to pay attention to the sobering words of his business like advice.
Beware the wing man.
Be careful of the guy off to the side, just out of view. To the left or right. Behind the desk, at the coffee machine, maybe he’s right beside you on the work site.
He doesn’t have to shout his opinion or push his viewpoint, because he has a down to earth, ‘let’s- get- on- with- it’ attitude that’s hard to ignore.
Before you know it, you’re taking Dan Brumm’s quiet advice and enjoying his laidback style of understated delivery.
This may be the reason why Dan has been and continues to be, a preferred choice of voice talent with government departments, land development specialists and diy home renovation products.
To be clear, he’s not the booming voice of old skool announcer reads , Dan is the calmer version of the same script that creates a far more honest connection to your intended audience.
His voice comes from a place where the average Australian male, standing there beside you at the boat ramp, will say the smartest thing you’ve heard all day.
You might curse yourself for not thinking of it or making money from it yourself.
Warm up the kettle we have friends coming over. Warm up the house there’s a party planned. Warm up the car we’re going on an adventure.
It’s easy to do. No need to rush. Set the dial of life to Sarah Kennedy.
Sarah’s honest and warming vocals easily set a relaxed mood for listening pleasure. No matter the audience you’re seeking or the project you’re working on.
She’s all at once a supportive narrator, enthusiastic story teller and the guru guide of the complicated and complex.
Recently, she has walked onto the stage of digital gaming. Here among the darkened corridors of space ships and alien landscapes, she has flipped her talents, far from the ‘friendly female’ to
Become the unseen steel hardened voice luring you into a world of futuristic threat and menace.
To date, her voice over career has covered television and radio commercials, on line tutorials, documentaries and an impressive portfolio of government work.
In each of those categories, she applies her background as an award winning actress to give real emotional substance to the job and weight to the words on the page.
She can work from her home studio and be instantly connected to studios and clients around Australia or bring her parcel of talents in person to your location.
You can currently hear Sarah on these projects……………..