Ainsley Hamill

Ainsley Hamill

Membre depuis 3 années •
"Female Scottish West Coast and Central Belt Voice /Warm / Friend"

Hello! I’m Ainsley Hamill, a professional voice over artist and singer. I love working with producers, creative directors, artistic directors, video art directors, human resource pros, ELearning managers and other creative individuals.
I help companies and organisations of all sizes deliver their message, ethos and advertisements through voiceover. I cover a broad range of voice over, such as explainer videos on websites, commercials, training and eLearning. My voice over style also lends itself well to audiobooks and freestyle presenting (including television and radio links).
I wasn’t always a voice over artist. My background includes Touring with bands Fourth Moon, Barlauth, snd occasionally The Unusual
Suspects, as lead vocalist (English & Gaelic) and step-dancer, after graduating from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (BA Scottish Music Hons 1:1), while also working on commission based work - music/ song composition and script writing. I am Co-Founder and Director of The Association of Exiled Scots, who give a stage to Scottish Culture, both in London and Globally.

I have been a professional recording artist for more than 10 years. My most recent release 'Belle of the Ball' is available on all streaming platforms.

These experiences have given me insight into a wide array of concepts, from understanding the creative process and helping you and your company expand your ideas by developing scripts, to the value of great customer service and an exceptional end product.

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me and my work as a voice over artist. Feel free to reach out so we can discuss collaboration to provide consistent messaging for you and your company.

Specialties: Professional female voice talent for radio/television commercials, corporate narration, internet "explainer" videos, telephony projects and audiobooks


The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland


Play for Progress
The Association of Exiled Scots
Fèis Phàislig


- Singing
- Script development/ writing
- Scottish Gaelic Language (as well as English language)
- Editing