I was born and grew up in west Wales and knew from an early age I wanted to work in the media.
The original plan was to be a TV news camera operator and I was fascinated by motion and stills cameras - something which remains with me today.
However, when I got to my teens my voice broke and I realised I could do quite good impressions of celebrities, friends and school teachers which made people laugh.
Shortly after completing my BTEC Media Production course at the local college, I was offered a job in local commercial radio as a presenter and producer.
After university, I joined Trafficlink as an editor and broadcaster providing live traffic and travel bulletins for BBC and commercial radio.
While there, I was contacted by a radio producer who asked me to voice some trails and idents for several BBC radio stations in the west of England.
Before long, I was doing more and more freelance voiceover and production work.
Today, I work full time from my own high-spec studio voicing adverts, trailers, audiobooks, corporate videos and documentaries for a wide variety of clients including many well-known brands and organisations.
If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to email me directly.