When you’re investing in a professional MC, you want to be sure of at least two things: that your MC has experience; and is qualified for the job.
I started doing voiceovers for David Jones and Myer in the early 90s. I learned how to use a mic properly. About tone. And pitch. What started as a means to an end (to put myself through uni) subsequently became a job I absolutely loved.
Over the years, I’ve done a couple of radio commercials, on-hold and welcome recordings. Most notably for organisations such as Sydney Opera House and Royal Randwick Races.
And I’ve been MC-ing weddings since 2007.
It is impossible to have a bad day at work, when you get to be part of one of the best days of people’s lives.
I have a certification from the Australian Film, Television and Radio School in Voiceover.
You get this as a freebie when you hire me!
I’ve had years of experience in delivering events of all sizes. I’ve worked with venues, technicians, caterers, celebrants, live entertainment, DJs and photographers. So if you want any advice in the planning stages, I can certainly help with that.
I can get as involved as much or as little as you want. On the night, I can make sure your other vendors are doing what you’ve paid them to do.
And most importantly, I can help resolve any ‘glitches’ that might arise on the day. I often do this anyway. And usually without my clients even knowing.
It is work. And quite simply, it’s work I love. However, in my humble opinion — no guest or employee should have to ‘work’ at your wedding or event.
You’ll be making a much smarter decision to hire a professional MC — someone who has the experience and skills to do the job properly — so you don’t have to fret about details and can enjoy your night.