...and his work.

Mark Stephenson is an experienced British Male Voiceover Artist with a fresh and natural sound.

His voice sits in the late 20’s to late 30’s age range, and is attuned to both consumer and corporate projects.

Marks accent is best described as “British Everyman” – primarily neutral with a subtle West Country lilt that delivers both warmth and professionalism.

With over ten years experience in the voiceover field, Mark has held the roles of Audio Producer, Radio Commercial Copywriter and Voiceover Booking Assistant for three of the biggest players in the UK’s audio production industry. This strong grounding “behind the scenes” has helped him develop his own voiceover career.

He’s experienced in many fields of voiceover work, including; commercials, explainer videos, how to guides, telephone audio, corporate video and e-learning.

Clients include KPMG, Shell, NBC, MINI, Fujitsu, T-Mobile, Intuit, Cisco, Lipton Tea and Microsoft among many others.

Please get in touch to discuss your requirements, Mark looks forward to hearing from you!

Enough of My voice

Let’s hear yours!


Working from his own professional studio with sound booth and Neumann u87ai microphone, Mark supplies broadcast quality audio to clients all over the world.

The majority of sessions tend to be “self-directed”, whereby Mark records on his own based on a client’s written direction. However, you can also direct Mark live via telephone or Skype. The studio is also setup with Source Connect Now and ipDTL.


From telephone prompts to radio commercials, Mark has over 10 years of experience in audio production.

You can be assured that your audio will undergo detailed editing, to remove any subtle but unwanted sounds. Your audio will also be mastered using premium audio plugins to ensure a polished sound. If you’d prefer the unprocessed dry files, no problem.


Mark delivers audio in 48kHz, 16-Bit, MONO WAV format as standard, but he can supply the audio in any format you choose.

If the audio is under 5MB, he’ll send it to you via email. If it’s larger than 5MB, he’ll send it via a password protected file delivery system. Don’t worry, you’ll receive a link via email as soon as it is uploaded!