David is a highly successful TV presenter, actor, and voice over artist with ISDN, based in London UK.
His friendly yet authoritative tones, enhanced by a slight Northern lilt, encourage an image of trustworthiness, credibility and reliability.
After many years in broadcasting his voice is now synonymous with integrity and sincerity. Add to this a sharp wit, David’s adaptability and skill make him the man you have got to call.
“The only authoritative voice in town!!”
Jen Callegher – Producer NBC, CNBC Europe
After a career spanning 25 years he is instantly recognisable to millions of viewers as the voice of over 100 History Channel programmes, 60 National Geographic shows, and as a presenter and actor the face of dozens of commercials including Cadbury’s Fuse, Shell and British Airways.
“Using David was the best decision I made. He is a consummate professional.”
DCI Chris Philips – Head of NaCTSO
An actor in London’s West End and National Theatre, David is an unusually versatile artist with a deep understanding of how to meet his customer’s needs. He offers an outstandingly friendly and flexible approach ,which means that clients such as London Weekend Television, Sky and the BBC keep coming back.
“Professionalism personified! Great voice. Great sense of humour. Great sight reading. David delivers the goods and de-stresses the session.”
Geoff Oliver – Managing Director, The Sound Company
Not only is he a gifted narrator of children’s books by Dick King-Smith and a former star of the long running stage comedy The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, he is also, as a Durham University economics graduate, an authoritative interviewer and presenter, producing incisive podcasts for insurance giant Aviva’s Live Radio, Deloitte’s Quarterly Economic Review and FS insights.
In 2007 he interviewed Ben Verwaayen CEO of BT and Klaus Schwab the Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum at the WEF headquarters in Geneva
“A presenter who applies his mind to the job – invaluable in this day and age when just ‘speaking words’ is not enough to make a good programme.”
Chris Templeton – Senior Producer, Corporate Television Networks.
His knowledgeable but reassuring tones are increasingly in demand during these tough times. He has presented hundreds of programmes on business and corporate issues for major companies including Ford, Mercedes, Microsoft, Standard Life, Boots, IBM and Toyota.
“Professional, flexible and easy to work with. David is one of the best”
Roger Unstead – Technical Director, Autonomy Multimedia
Based in London, UK he is increasingly in demand around the world. He has worked for example in Germany on a series of commercials for Ajax and Jakob’s coffee. in Holland on adverts for Rabo bank, in Italy for Plasmon baby food, in Spain for VW Passat and Postalk, in Belgium for HSA, and Switzerland for McDonald’s Happy Meals.