Traveling back in time to walk the streets of the city of your dreams… Even before you were born! Visiting a museum that’s on the other side of the world without going through customs. Pressing rewind as many times as you want to hear a curious fact about your favorite piece of art. Closing your eyes and imagining the chilly winds of Alaska and then, a moment later, finding yourself in the exotic rain forest. Learning, dreaming, and traveling are just a few of the things that can happen as a voice leads you on a tour, jettying you past stunning landscapes or immersing you in unexpected topics.
Let my voice introduce all of the world’s wonders!
All of the senses in one.
Tours and audio guides are perhaps the greatest challenge for a voice artist. Here the voice is responsible for accompanying visitors and enhancing their experience, describing shapes, flavors, scents, moods, historical facts, emotions. At the same time, the voice should not interfere or distract the listener: instead, it should lure them into the virtual visit and stay with them every step of the way.
I am particularly well-suited to this genre because I love discovering the world and never cease to be in awe of it. When I can’t visit the places I want to go for some reason—like the pandemic—I very much enjoy living and imagining them through the stories and experiences of relatives, friends, and professionals. This allows me to empathize with every location. For me, every tour or audio guide is an adventure, a report by a foreign correspondent, and I bring all the gravitas and dedication a project like this requires. After all, my voice is responsible for sharing the knowledge and the emotions!
A woman with a guiding voice.
Thanks to my talent as an actress and narrator, I can spirit away listeners to wherever they would like to go. I work hard to ensure my voice is captivating, warm, and enchanting and my main goal is always to make this a tour like no other, no matter what the topic.
I have achieved this in a wide range of projects for my clients. By choosing me as the professional, the woman entrusted with telling their stories, they get listeners connected to their projects and ensure that key information is conveyed. My voice emphasizes and relays every detail you want to share.
A few projects of this sort I would like to mention are:
Mujeres en Foco on National Geographic. A guided tour through an exhibit by women photographers from across the world. The exhibit itself came to the Buenos Aires Usina del Arte gallery but ultimately had to go virtual due to the pandemic. By opting for a virtual guided tour with my voice, thousands of people were able to “visit” the exhibit and learn about these courageous women and the stories behind each photograph, surpassing the brand’s expectations for the event.
The Hop On Hop Off buses in Miami chose my voice to give an overview of each stop, describing landmarks, city history, luminaries who lived there, and other curious facts. Exploring the not-to-be-missed spots was an unforgettable experience for me—and I’m confident it has been for tourists as well!
If you have never considered an audio guide before, it’s a particularly effective way of presenting the place where the best of your brand comes together. Whether you are at the helm of a winery, a health clinic, a public institution, or a private collection (the options are endless)… It’s time for them to speak! Let me offer my voice—and my experience—to jointly recreate spaces and stories that can be visited as frequently as your customers like, creating delightful memories for them.