Clare can be heard rehearsing with the Folkestone Community Swing Band every weekend. Clare invited BBC Radio Kent's Dominic King to join the band for a rehearsal and to find out more about who they are and what they do...
Clare is featured in South East Business magazine which she talks about her journey to become a Voiceover Artist (page 6-7)
See the article here
Clare Reeves was interviewed by BBC Radio Kent's Dominic King for the Drivetime Programme about her Voice Art work The Shepping Forecast - broadcast 1735 12th October 2015
Clare Reeves features as the Voice of the Nominations at the Herts Digital Awards - Read the interview with Clare on their website http://hertsdigitalawards.co.uk/hda2015-the-voice-behind-the-victories/
PRESS PACK October 2015
NEWS - Clare launches Folkestone's latest artwork onFriday 9th October 1930 at the Folkestone Harbour Arm. It is a piece of voice art that re-imagines the BBC Radio 4 Shipping Forecast for Folkestone. Clare invites you to listen to the piece in the salty air and in the cosy environment of the Mole Hole bar and to muse on whether the more familiar locations actually make the Forecast less comforting than the traditional, remote shipping areas we are used to hearing
Clare Reeves is a trained English actor and presenter who uses her beautiful, versatile voice to enable clients to reach their audiences with clarity and style, through all types of audio and video recordings, every day.
“I have built my voiceover business from a love of communication and working closely with content makers across a huge range of sectors. Voiceover enables me to use my talent for voice performance whilst visiting the many fascinating worlds that use voice as part of their brand and projects.”
Clare has provided voice over for a wide range of projects and clients including BBC, Trivago, National Geographic Channel, Marks and Spencer, Unilever, BMW, ATOS, Travelport, Fox International Channels, United Nations, Hilary's Blinds, Oxford University Press, MyDeco, Deloitte, and National Railway Museum.
Clare Reeves Voiceovers enables you to interact with your audiences clearly and concisely. Clare brings her BBC background as both a radio presenter and sound engineer together to produce high quality voiceovers with superb customer service as part of their DNA.
Clare’s lifelong media career means that she is experienced with the language and etiquette of broadcasting and recording. So you can relax - your brand is in safe hands.
A versatile performer, Clare can be heard on TV, radio, online and in museums giving voice to a wide range of projects in a fascinating number of styles.
Clare works primarily from her professional home studio "somewhere between the sea and the sky" and can travel to a studio of your choosing if required. You can also direct remotely via Skype or ipDTL.