Voiceover nomination – VOX Awards

Voiceover nomination for The VOX Awards

Before I talk about my Voiceover nomination, here’s a little information about VOX and the history of the event.

The VOX Awards celebrates the best creative audio talent in the media and broadcast industries across 10 categories and their aim is to promote audio excellence. The VOX Awards began in 1999.

VOX is the only conference in the UK for the voiceover and audio industry. It’s a great opportunity to get together, learn and socialise all in one day and night. VOX attracts many attendees including voiceover artists and actors, producers, voice and advertising agencies, creative writers, agents, radio and TV stations and production houses. VOX will be celebrating it’s 20th anniversary in June 2017!

Awards Categories

  • Best Female Voiceover Performance (TV, Radio, Cinema or Online)
  • Best Male Voiceover Performance (TV, Radio, Cinema or Online)
  • Best Use of Humour
  • Best Character Performance (TV, Radio, Cinema, Online & Gaming)
  • Best Regional Radio Commercial
  • Best Use of Music
  • Best Visual Advertising Campaign (TV / Online)
  • Best Imaging, S&P or Promo Voiceover Performance
  • Best Retail / Service Message or Commercial (Instore / IVR)
  • Producer of the Year Award (Public nomination)

The Sayer Producer of the Year Award was driven by free public nominations.


I submitted one of my voiceover adverts into the VOX Awards 2013, run by voiceovers.co.uk and VOX. This event was held on the 20th of April 2013 and I was hoping to for a Voiceover nomination in one of the categories.

About a week before the event, I was notified that my voiceover advert had made it as a finalist of three in the ‘Best Retail Advert’ category.

Image of VOX for Voiceover nomination for The VOX Awards

I attended the event and the awards ceremony and even though I didn’t win, I was honored to be nominated for such a prestigious award.

Hitman Absolution was a great project and was exciting to voice as I got to explore the slightly ‘darker’ side of voiceovers. This in-store radio advert had to have a particular dark, detached sound and I feel I achieved that.  This was also reflected in the production of the final mix, including gunshot sound effects and a clip of the music from the game itself.

Here is a link to the advert. Enjoy! Hitman Absolution