The Voiceover Gallery, the specialist audio production company, has announced it is expanding its London and Manchester HQs with four new appointments. The new hires will work across the company’s business development and postproduction departments.

Rak Bhattacharjee, Alice Murphy, Max Russell, and Pip O’Marra (pictured L-R above) have joined the facility, the only UK company that specialises in voiceover and dubbing, as well as other language and sound services for TV, film, gaming and branded content for brands such as Mattel, Samsung and Google.

Rak Bhattacharjee joins the London team as Head of Business Development, to expand on the company’s client roster and establish new partnerships within the entertainment and branded content spaces. Bhattacharjee will also represent The Voiceover Gallery at key conferences and markets throughout the year. He joins the company with over 15 years of experience in commercial post-production and project management and has held senior Business Development roles specific to the advertising and creative industry, including four years as Account Director at Adstream.

The Voiceover Gallery also appointed Alice Murphy and Pip O’Marra, who join its Manchester and London teams to offer additional support for the company’s existing clients and its postproduction department. The company has onboarded engineer Max Russell, who will expand the team’s skill set and knowledge pool within the studio department, allowing it to improve and increase its studio service offering.

Marylou Thistleton-Smith, founding director of The Voiceover Gallery, said: “We are thrilled to be welcoming Rak, Alice, Max and Pip to join our incredible team. We are committed to growing our presence across the entertainment, localisation and advertising sectors and continuing to bring a reliably high-quality service to our clients across a multitude of genres and industries.

“I’m thrilled to join The Voiceover Gallery, a company with an outstanding reputation for exceptional service, cutting-edge technical expertise, and unparalleled creativity,” said Rak Bhattacharjee. “I look forward to contributing to the TVG’s growth and learning from the talented team.”


Michael Burns

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