Currently, I am trying to create content and establish myself within the gaming industry.
I have a strong background in music, from originally studying the Cello and the Violin, to eventually moving to first study vocals and entering a degree at Stevenson Collge, Edinburgh. During my degree I won the 2011 Easton Watt Prize for Composing and began ‘Little Record Girl’, which is the pseudonym I use for all my freelance work. As ‘Little Record Girl’, I also recorded my own EP and performed in venues across Scotland.
I graduated in 2014 with a 2:1 in Music Performance at the University of Abertay (Dundee) and since have been establishing myself as a freelancer, and have been able to network and gain work with others I admire and look up to. My dream is to be able to work within games, and inspire others to do the same.
Due to my love of video-games and animation, I was always fascinated by voice actors, and a lot of the times looked up to them more-so than their live-action counterparts. It wasn’t until cosplaying and attending conventions, as well as networking online, that I was able to meet and talk to a lot of voice actors that I looked up to, and as a result, I was inspired to finally see if that was a good path for me to go down, already having the recording equipment at hand because of my music was a nice advantage!
Advertising my interest in voice work, I was able to work with Will Morton of Solid Audioworks, who had worked on a lot of games that I was a fan of growing up, such as the Grand Theft Auto franchise, and via his direction, became passionate about becoming a professional voice actor.
Currently, I am working on my first voice acting demo reel, and although I’ve worked on a lot of NDA projects, I am actively auditioning and working on roles to further develop my VA skills.
I am also actively working on new Singing and Compositon based showreels.
As of September 2021, I had my written work published via TechRadar, and am now writing new pitches in the hope or gaining more journalism work within games.