18th May 2019

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Drew Campbell is a Voice Artist from Carlisle UK who has worked for Kia, Geico, Carling, TNT. He works from his fully equipped garden studio.

Date Launched: 2012
Location: Carlisle, UK
Team Size: 1
Press Contact: drew@voiceofdrew.com


PRESS

From a shed at the bottom of his garden, Drew Campbell is hoping to become one of the country’s top voice-over artists. Nick Brownlee pays a visit, in the August issue of Carlisle Living.

As seen in the printed version of Carlisle Living Magazine

I was featured in the August 2018 VO Social North Podcast in there show off’s corner segment, where they featured my character reel. Here is Episode 13 of the VO Social North podcast

You can also listen to the full version of my character reel on the first page of my website. Alternatively here is the direct link Drew Campbell – Character Reel 


ABOUT

SHORT BIO:

Drew Campbell was born in Carlisle, Cumbria UK. From a very early age, he has been creative, firstly with art where he gained an A level at school. He also received a City and Guilds in Signwriting in 2001.

In 2004 he got married to his 2nd wife and they embarked on a journey of songwriting and music production together. His first studio was the corner of his bedroom, not exactly ideal. He and his wife Christine joined an OMD (Online Music Distribution) and collaborated with music artists and songwriters around the world including Canada, USA, Belgium, and Sweden.

In 2010 someone broke into a metal shed in his back garden and tried to steal his son’s motorbike. He needed something much more secure, so in collaboration with his son, they built a 22 ft brick shed, well it’s more like an outbuilding. Then he had that lightbulb moment. He decided to allocate one side of the building for a studio space.

In 2012 Drew started his journey into voiceover unexpectedly when his filmmaker friend from Kent came for a working visit to his local area and did some filming around the Lake District. Drew’s friend asked if he would narrate a poem over his video of the Lake District because of his local accent. Drew hasn’t looked back since. He has voiced for clients such as Essential Festivals, Kia, Geico, Carling, TNT, Expo 2017 and much more.

 

LONG BIO:

Drew Campbell was born in Carlisle, Cumbria UK. From a very early age, he has been creative, firstly with art where he gained an A level at school. He also received a City and Guilds in Signwriting in 2001. He started playing guitar at the age of 15 and 6 months later he was in his first band. Since his teenage years as a musician and singer in bands, he always wanted his own studio.

In 2004 he got married to his 2nd wife and they embarked on a journey of signwriting and music production together. His first studio was the corner of his bedroom, not exactly ideal. He and his wife Christine joined an OMD (Online Music Distribution) and collaborated with music artists and songwriters around the world including Canada, USA, Belgium, and Sweden, who actually entered me in the running for the Eurovision Song Contest twice, including 2019. They even gained a music award from the site. One of the most enjoyable and rewarding collaborations they did was for a charity record called Reach Out, in aid of the animals that were affected in the New Orleans Hurricane Katrina devastation. Among the music artist involved were the Drifter and the Platters and Drew was the lead vocalist.

In 2010 someone broke into a metal shed in his back garden and tried to steal his son’s motorbike. He needed something much more secure, so in collaboration with his son, they built a 22 ft brick shed, well it’s more like an outbuilding. Then he had that lightbulb moment. He decided to allocate one side of the building for a studio space. He partitioned and soundproofed the space. His studio has gone through a series of changes over the years and he feels he has eventually got his perfect creative space. Drew was featured in a two-page article in his local magazine Carlisle Living in 2015 with the headline “The Voice in the shed”.

In 2012 Drew started his journey into voiceover unexpectedly when his filmmaker friend from Kent came for a working visit to his local area and did some filming around the Lake District. Drew’s friend asked if he would narrate a poem over his video of the Lake District, because of his local accent. Then he started the process of research into voiceover and training. Drew hasn’t looked back since. He has voiced for clients such as Essential Festivals, Kia, Geico, Carling, TNT, Expo 2017 and much more.


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