A little about me:

It's fair to say that I will never sound like a local even after living in America for 22 years! 

But it's a great conversation starter, which is never a bad thing. 

I live in the historic town of Waxhaw, on the outskirts of the "Queen City", Charlotte, NC.​

So what made me consider voice-over in the first place? 

I'm glad you asked.  

We all have that person who inspired us, taught us to dream and see our potential...

Ms. White, my classy English teacher, who embraced vintage, wore scarlet red lipstick, styled white blonde hair, and was glamorous in every way in my  9-year-old opinion was mine.

She taught with incredible zeal, and encouraged me to debate with skill, articulate well, and to read with conviction.

Throughout that year she awoke in me a passion for acting, and narration in particular.

My report card at the end of that year read;

"Judith has a delicious wit, she's vivacious, bubbly, and full of sparkle!"  

( She was an exceptional teacher). 

Life needs more sparkle and bubbles, and I am happy to oblige. 


From thought to reality

Fast forward quite a few years with some narrations here and there, a play or two behind me, and I circled back to how I could intentionally make a living using my voice. 

I was homeschooling two of my children in this same season (and have the grey hairs to prove it).

While watching and listening to their online lessons, it became clear that although the material was great, the message was lost due to the monotone audio. 

Once the audience is bored and zoned out, keeping them on track can be tough.    

With this in mind coupled with being told numerous times, "You could read the phone book (remember those?), and I would pay to listen!", I figured it was time to begin this journey. 

After months of learning, coaching, and understanding my niche for where my voice would fit, I launched into the entrepreneur realm as a female voice artist and The Voice of Judith Bareham became a reality.


Still here? Listen to some very British samples...

Lost the plot
Baby words

Life outside the booth


The great outdoors is my happy place.
I enjoy hiking, kayaking, yoga, and flower gardening. 
I'm a foodie, and always on the search for new places to eat, vineyards, and breweries to discover. 
As a believer in Christ, I belong to Southbrook church and enjoy serving our local community and outreach in other countries with my husband, one of the pastors on staff.  I keep up to speed with our grandson and Formula 1 (both are equally fast). But to wind down? 
Give me a book, a comfy chair, and a smoky Bourbon....we'll be firm friends.