Jennifer has voiced scripts, articles, and stories for diverse media outlets including the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Hakai Magazine, the Banff Centre, and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Some projects require independence. Others require coaching and teamwork. Jennifer has experience with both and enjoys working with others to get the right sound.
With her own equipment and years of recording and interviewing experience around the world, Jennifer understands the importance of energy, tone, and nuance for bringing stories to life.
“The “voice” of a documentary is a critical element. Jennifer’s is exceptional. Her voice is warm, welcoming and authoritative. She invites an audience to hear her heart beating and her brain working through her material. She takes direction with humour and professionalism. I can’t recommend her highly enough.”
Karen Levine, Senior Documentary Editor on CBC’s The Sunday Edition
“The key to successful audio storytelling is the ability to compel listeners to free up their imaginations and create pictures in their minds. It requires a special kind of voice to lift a script off the page and get inside people’s heads in that way. Jennifer has that kind of voice.”
Ira Basen, CBC radio producer and documentary maker
“Working with Jennifer Kingsley on voicing scripts and articles is a pleasure. Her attention to the nuance of the written words makes the audio rich and satisfying to hear. She takes direction easily and interprets it to produce an even stronger performance. She is a producer’s dream.”
Dick Miller, voice coach and documentary producer with Write to Tell Media Consultant