Nick Corkill is a British voiceover artist known for his passion for storytelling and the outdoors. When he’s not in his recording studio, he is likely to be navigating cliff tops in his van, committed to his relationship with the ocean.
While working on a National Geographic documentary in the Mariana Trench, film Director James Cameron commented on Nick’s “amazing voice” and asked: “have you ever thought about being a voice over artist?” It’s not every day the director of Titanic offers such a compliment, and shortly afterwards Nick decided to complete a masterclass with Gary Terzza, commencing his career as a voice over artist. He hasn’t looked back since.
Nick’s familiar voice, paired with his sultry gravel tones, create a deep resonance, with a diverse range of vocal ability. Nick has produced exceptional work for some of the biggest brands and organisations during his career; whether creating audio for internal e-learning guides, audiobooks, or nature documentaries. With a background in production, photography, and exploration, Nick has a phenomenal understanding of the creative industries within broadcast media, and filmmaking.
His friendly and warm character make him easy to work with while producing exceptional voiceovers. Furthermore, Nick has a recording studio at home in Somerset, enabling him to create professional voiceover recordings for clients across the globe with a fast turnaround.