official bio:

 
 

Short Bio:

Melvin Vermeer is a Dutch Voice-over from Maassluis, The Netherlands who currently lives in the United Kingdom. His clients include: Apple, Calvin Klein, Rabobank, KLM and many more. He works from his own state-of-the-art home studio.

Long Bio:

Melvin Vermeer is a Dutch Voice-over who loves working with creative producers, videographers, advertising bureaus, agencies, brands and local or regional business owners who require a voice-over for their videos or productions. He always says: “You know the reason why someone should believe in your product, but I can be the voice of it, bringing your clients into action.”

He has worked for over 20 years as a radio broadcaster and audio producer in The Netherlands, including presenting a successful drive time show which broadcasted in half of the country.

Since 2013, Melvin Vermeer has refocused his talent to be a voice-over, with the help of several well-known voice and business coaches. They enabled him to build his business and deliver an excellent service as a voice-over and always delivering as a creative director.

With his own state-of-the-art home studio based in the UK, Melvin Vermeer, has had the privilege to work with clients such as Apple, Calvin Klein, KLM, Jaguar Land Rover, HP, Turkish Airlines, Vodafone, AEG, Vistaprint and many more. As well as being the voice of TV programmes, radio and TV commercials, corporate and explainer videos, e-Learning, audio guides, translation apps and several games.


Specialties: Corporate Video Narration, Explainer Video Narration, Radio and TV Commercials, Television Programme Narration, IVR Telephone Messages, Voices for Apps, Radio Station Imaging, Translation Services

 
 

Social media

 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melvin.vermeer.5

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melvinvermeervo

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melvinvermeer

Twitter: https://twitter.com/MelvinVermeerVO

Studio at melvinvermeer DOT nl

www.melvinvermeer.nl

approved photos

 
 

credit: bjm riley

Credit: Cloud House studio bristol