Are You a Voiceover Artist or Games Music Composer?
If Voiceover: What Voiceover work have you done?
Mary is an actress, writer, voiceover artist and radio host, in happy collusion with the cult of Mary Well's that turn up as vocal performers (the motown singer, the Scottish opera singer, and the boozy 18th century star of Drury Lane).
This Mary Wells trained as an actress at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 1998, and began the regular back and forth to LA in 2009. She uses her full name, Mary-Jane Wells, for voice work which has been regular for 14 years in narration and commercial.
Latterly, she was the series voice for BBC3‘s My Childhood which won a BAFTA, the campaign voice for Eharmony for 2 years and has happily voiced many documentaries, animations and videogames in her own home studio, with an eye to developing motion and facial capture. She is beginning to write copy and score commercials and web promos also. See her work at www.marywells.org.
She is interesting in training and in supporting the growth of other artists, and also works as a performance reviewer for the National Council for Drama training, London, and more informally with Dr Nadine George of The Voice Studio International., with whom she does intensive vocal training every year. Mary has just completed a research paper on the breakthrough vocal technique of Dr George with the artistic directors of The National Theatre Scotland and the Traverse theatre, led by Ros Steen, Head of Voice at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Scotland. This research is being written up for publication this year in association with the Centre for Voice in Performance, RSAMD, UK.
If Games Music Composer: What Titles have you created Music for?