Voice Over Artist and Commentator
Stuart Storey is best known for his athletics commentary, covering 10 Summer Olympic Games (1976-2012) (seven of them alongside the late David Coleman), 12 Athletics World Championships (1983 -2007), 10 European Championships (1974-2006) and 8 Commonwealth Games (1978- 2014). He has also commentated on the Athletics at the 2010 Asian Games in China along with the opening and closing ceremonies.
His distinctive voice has secured him voice over contracts for a diverse group of clients – Bounty Kitchen Towels TV advertising; John West Foods TV advertising; World Cup Rugby Advertising; Sony Olympic PlayStation Games – Sydney 2000 & Athens 2004; Will Young's Friday's Child video and Trojan Games Internet Advertising.
Stuart is an Olympian and former British 110m hurdler (Mexico Olympic Games 1968). He now dedicates a lot of time to charities working in sport. He is a Rotarian, a Patron of SPARKS, a member of the Variety Club, and the Chairman of the trustees of the Ron Pickering Memorial Fund and is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Wodson Park Trust in Ware, Hertfordshire where his drive has helped to establish a large sports complex for the benefit of the local and district community.
In the Summer of 2008 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree from the University of Greenwich.
He is now a Deputy Lieutenant of Hertfordshire.
Voice over facilities
With local facilities, based in Hertfordshire on the outskirts of London, Stuart Storey is able to record your voice over at a moment's notice to deliver to any production schedule.
Whether you need voice recording for TV commercials, sports commentary, continuity, corporate videos, radio, or podcasts, the studio is equipped to meet any requirement.
The voice over studio also comes with an engineer to tidy up and process the recording.
Studio technical info:
Broadcast quality, acoustically tuned.
Dial-in to allow production to remotely direct the voice over recording session.
Range of microphones available from sports-commentary to narration.