Podcast 4: Debbie Bridge - Voice-Over Work, Marketing Yourself, Knowing Your Place
Hello lovely Patrons!

Here is your first patron-only podcast, and it's a cracker. Debbie Bridge is an actor, musician and voice-over artist and we talked for over an hour about a range of subjects. Debbie has a wealth of experience and passion for marketing yourself as an actor, so there's a lot of good stuff to be taken from this. The conversation covered:

- How she started as a performer and her accidental path into the arts

- How she got into voice-over work

- Vocal and mic technique

- Self-taping for voice-over work

- Finding work outside of London

- Making it easier for people to find you

- Creating your own voice-over work

- The importance of being able to say no to a director (#metoo)

- Trusting your director, working within a hierarchy, and what to do if it starts to go wrong

- Knowing and embracing your place within the industry

Thanks again for your continued support. This post will become public on 9th December 2018, so you have a full 30 days before anyone else gets to hear it.

Some links mentioned in the interview:

Debbie's website: debbiebridge.com

Voice-Over Brighton/Sussex Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/voiceoverbrightonsussex/ 

The Actors Centre (where Debbie teaches in London): https://www.actorscentre.co.uk 

Unfortunately I've not been able to find the video I mentioned about safely choreographing intimate scenes. If I come across it again I'll post it here.

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