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By Rachael Beresford
Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Vocal Intensive workshop with Yvonne Morley - Rachael Beresford

My primary motive for attending this workshop was to have some ‘refresher’ training. In brutal honesty I hadn’t attended any concentrated vocal training on my voice since drama school over a decade (and a bit) ago.

A baby, a thousand entrepreneurs and an Award
Wednesday, 23 December 2015

On Monday 30th November I woke up very early, at 5am which is actually now pretty normal for me. I scooped 3 and half month old Scarlett up out of bed and put her in the car. I picked Lotte up from the station and then headed up to Birmingham to go to The Success Summit which included The National Entrepreneur Awards run by the Entrepreneurs Circle. I was a finalist for one of the awards, Best Business Enabler which was very exciting.

Tuesday, 15 December 2015

'The doors will open to those who are bold enough to knock'
- F.Scott Fitzgerald

Sometimes it’s the most simple of phrases that can have the most profound meaning isn’t it? I have this quote on my website and it serves to remind me that everything is possible and that I am in charge of my own destiny.

In order to understand why this quote is so apt for me…we have to get a bit personal…

I trained as an actor all those years ago but after a very difficult childhood living with an alcoholic mother and a split family… Depression and social anxiety hit me hard.

By Rachael Naylor
Friday, 22 May 2015

Many in our industry saw my recent interview with the Independent and while I've had some great feedback, I'm also aware that a few feel I've done our industry a disservice and I wanted to address that directly.

Wednesday, 06 May 2015

So what does it take to become a voiceover artist? And can anyone do it?

Being a successful voiceover artist is a skill and a craft, it’s not a ‘quick buck’ career, but if you work hard at it, it can be very rewarding. It takes time, hard work, training and there are many frustrations. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a brilliant job and I absolutely love it, but it’s not the way to make easy money.

by Jay Britton
Friday, 03 April 2015

Motion capture, most of you will have probably heard of it but what does it actually involve? Well firstly motion capture can be split into 3 main spheres; motion capture (body movements), facial capture (capturing facial expressions) and full performance capture (capturing body, face and voice simultaneously).

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