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My business has attracted quite a bit of press interest over the years. Here are some links to places I have been mentioned…

Articles

  • VOCALLY VERSATILE
    An article published in Lincolnshire Life magazine about how my vocieover journey begain in the United States.
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  • SOMEONE HAS TO BE THE VOICE OF A SAT-NAV
    An article about how my business started and has grown, published in my home town newspaper
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  • GROWTH HUB SUPPORT HELPS LIZ DRURY TAKE HER VOICEOVER WORK ON THE ROAD
    How funding from the Lincolnshire Growth Hub helped my business purchase a mobile studio, and build a new website.
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  • NUMBER 10 GETS WITH THE SCRIPT AND WELCOMES SMALL BUSINESS CHAMP LIZ
    As one of 2017’s Top 100 Small Businesses, I was invited to visit 10 Downing Street.
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  • CREATING THE VOICE OF BULGARI FROM ULCEBY
    Creating the voice of a Bulgari perfume from my home studio in North Lincolnshire.
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  • FUNDING – FINDING MONEY FOR YOUR VOICEOVER BUSINESS
    Published in ‘The Buzz’ magazine Spring 2019.
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  • COMMUNITY IS SHINING ON SOLAR SHARE INVESTMENT
    My business has invested in a local solar energy scheme.
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  • WHAT A WINNING PERFORMANCE
    An article about my pantomime appearances was published in the November issue of Woman’s Own magazine.
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  • OUR LIZ IS THE VOICE OF SMALL BUSINESSES
    My business was named as one of the top 100 small businesses in the UK in 2017.
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  • HOW THE HIVE IS HELPING VOICEOVER ARTIST LIZ DRURY TO GROW HER BUSINESS
    As a member of a local business networking club I was interviewed about how membership has benfitted me.
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  • HOW TO MAKE A CAREER MOVE IN LATER LIFE
    Article published in online version of Good Housekeeping.
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Videos

I was asked to record a video about my career journey for voiceover training company, Gravy For The Brain.

Recorded to be shown at the Northern Lincolnshire Business Awards when I was shortlisted as Best New Business of the Year.

 

Podcasts

  • THE ROAD TO MY VOICE ACTING CAREER
    My career journey and advice for new voiceover artists.
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  • SOCIAL BEE PODCAST
    Louise Brogan interviewed me about my career for her inspiring podcast series.
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Blogs

  • LIZ DRURY, VOICEOVER ARTIST
    I was interviewed by crime writer Shaun Baines, for his blog.
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If you would like to feature Liz in a publication, please contact liz@drury.org.uk or fill in the contact form. Here are some useful bits and pieces you can use to help you put an article together…

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Biography

Short Bio

Liz Drury was born and brought up in Northamptonshire, and now lives in rural North Lincolnshire. She has a degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Durham, and a PhD in Archaeological Science from the University of Bradford.

After working in local television and education, she began working as a voiceover artist in 2013 whilst living in the USA. She has worked across many voiceover genres including commercials, e-learning, corporate videos and audio tours for clients such as Bulgari, VW, JCB, Booking dot com, Hilton Garden Inn, World Animal Protection and the NHS.

In 2017 she was named as one of the UK’s top 100 Small Businesses which led to an invitation to a reception at 10 Downing Street. She has also been nominated for a number of voiceover and business awards.

Extended Bio

Liz Drury was born and brought up in Northamptonshire, and now lives in rural North Lincolnshire. She has a degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Durham, and a PhD in Archaeological Science from the University of Bradford.

During the research for her PhD, Liz analysed several samples of prehistoric ‘chewing gum’ and wrote about her findings in the popular magazine British Archaeology. This led to intense media interest in her work, and she was also invited to write for the scientific journal Nature as an Archaeology correspondent. The many radio and newspaper interviews she gave during this time sparked her interest in working in the media.

After graduating Liz worked in local television until she had a family, and she then worked in education for the next few years.

When her husband was asked to work in the USA for a couple of years, this gave Liz the opportunity to study acting at a local college, and train as a voiceover artist.

Since then she has worked across many voiceover genres including commercials, e-learning, corporate videos and audio tours for clients such as Bulgari, VW, JCB, Booking dot com, Hilton Garden Inn, World Animal Protection and the NHS.

In 2017 she was named as one of the UK’s top 100 Small Businesses which led to an invitation to a reception at 10 Downing Street. She has also been nominated for a number of voiceover and business awards.