Paul loves working with text and texture, with accent and attitude. His voice work takes many forms. A few highlights and variations include...
In 2019, Paul has voiced the narration for Six Minutes, a video scribe animation film by Guy Downes for the NSW Department of Education, as well as an animation for the new UK arm of The Growth Project.
In 2015, Paul voiced Charles Manson in an audio recorded version of Christopher Bryant's new work Sneakyville (NIDA). He voiced The Weatherman in a radio version of Jessica Bellamy's award-winning play Sprout (Auspicious Arts), and Henry 'the Rat Catcher' Green for a theatrical production of Jessica Bellamy's Convict Escapades at Hyde Park Barracks in Sydney, directed by Danielle O'Keefe (Sydney Living Museums).
In 2014, Paul voiced Justin Tordean's documentary The Kingdom, as well as online information and education materials for organisations such as the Motor Neurone Disease Association of NSW and Muscular Dystrophy NSW.
Also in theatre, Paul voiced for the Jordan Bryon/David Ritchie production of Red Sheep (New Theatre) for the Sydney Fringe Festival (2011).
This excerpt is used with permission. It is from 'Sprout', written by Jessica Bellamy, produced by Tom Hogan, and directed by Lara Kerestes. It includes readings from the work of Louis MacNeice ('Sunlight in the Garden') and W.B. Yeats ('The Circus Animals' Desertion').