“To wonder is to ask questions; to ask questions is to teach; to teach is to learn. Wonder feeds rationale, and sensitivity fuels control; the reverse in both cases is not necessarily true.”
Arthur Lessac, The Use and Training of the Human Voice, 1997

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Ever since discovering the wonders and mysteries of voice training while at The Oxford School of Drama, Jake has been curious about how the techniques imparted to actors for clarity, ‘projection’ and power can be translated into everyday life.



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For the last six years Jake has helped people to become more confident with their voice, both those within the creative industries and those without. He can provide help with:

›   vocal health,

›   breath,

›   support,

›   accent work – both learning new ones and ‘softening’ current ones,

›   elocution,

›   and text work.


He holds an MA in Voice Studies from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

Jake offers both one-on-one and group sessions.

For more information, do not hesitate to get in touch via the contact page, or via email: