Born in Royston, Herts, Trish started out as a stage manager in the theatre and was the longest-serving female TV announcer in the UK. She announced live for LWT, ITV, Channel 5, BBC World, BSB Galaxy, Super Channel, TVS, Westcountry TV and The Family Channel.
Trish’s career – which began in 1982 – includes live event announcing, documentary narration, e-learning, online training, the corporate sector, commercials, TV promos/marketing and season launch campaigns, radio imaging, audio books and internet-based projects. She’s also produced pre-recorded announcements for many TV channels in the UK and voiced television promotional trails for numerous TV stations, including a number of the ITV channels.
It’s highly likely that you’ll recognise Trish’s voice – maybe from weekends on LWT (1982 – 2002), on ITV promotional trails (until 2008), CSI Nights on Channel 5 or possibly even from a plane, where she could be heard announcing for British Airways on Flight TV. Trish has also been a radio station imaging voiceover – she has been the ‘station voice’ for Talk Radio, LBC, BBC Radio Manchester, BBC Radio Leeds, Radio Pembrokeshire, Wave 105, Radio Scilly (the smallest station in the world) and Breeze 107.
Trish voiced a Bill Gates presentation to the UN and was the live stadium announcer for the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games and the opening and closing ceremonies of the Paralympic Games, London 2012. More recently Trish fulfilled the same role as the ceremonies stadium announcer for the First European Games, Baku 2015 and for the Islamic Games, Baku 2017. She started her events career as the English-language opening and closing ceremonies station announcer for the 15th Asian Games in Doha.
Trish has also announced for various award ceremonies and corporate events including the John Lewis 150 Years Celebration at the LG Arena, The Times Higher Education Awards, The Financial Times Business Book of the Year Awards, BAFTA and the Royal Television Society. More recently she was the live ‘Voice of God’ for Letters Live 2017, at the Union Chapel.