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Trish McTaggart, Australian Voice-over Talent

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

October 24, 2006

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trish-mctaggart-voices.jpgWelcome to the world of Trish McTaggart, a non-union, Australian voice-over talent.

Trish McTaggart of Sydney, Australia, is charming the North American market with her authentic Aussie accent. Most recently, Trish raised her profile by global proportions and joined Voices.com, the world's leading online voice marketplace.

Trish's first foray in voice-over occurred in Canberra, employed as a lead radio announcer.

While working in the nation's capital, an Australian broadcast guru handed Trish the telephone number of a contact in Sydney, New South Wales, and before long, Trish McTaggart was on her way to a new career in training television and radio presenters as well as voice elocution.

Trish McTaggart studied voice-over extensively, which has lead to the acquisition of several work contracts for clients in both Australia and abroad. One recent international endeavor consisted of recordings for Demowolf.com based in Canada. Trish is the official Australian voice-over talent on the Demowolf.com website, narrating flash tutorials.

When Trish is not training aspiring presenters or recording voice-overs for clients, she allocates time to work on projects of a more personal nature, narrating videos for friends. Currently, Trish is recording a voice-over about the history of war veterans. This voice recording will be promoted at information booths and in educational kiosks.

Trish McTaggart's professionalism and understanding of the human voice has granted her a distinct advantage when interpreting copy and delivering a message.

Trish's business philosophy is to complete her work on time and deliver it well at a great rate for her clients. Most importantly, she feels that work is something one should enjoy, a sentiment that manifests itself in each performance Trish creates.

Best,

Stephanie

Related Topics: Accent, booth, Non-Union, radio


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