Becky Broderick Boyd


I feel privileged to have worked with a list of regional and national clients, including recently:

  • Amtrak
  • PG&E
  • United Airlines
  • Comcast
  • Microsoft
  • Bayer
  • Safeco
  • Red Cross
  • ScotchGuard/3M
  • Berkshire Hathaway
  • Stanford Children’s Health
  • Advil
  • Brother
  • Fidelity
  • Stockholm, Sweden


Microphones: Sennheiser MKH416, Neumann TLM 103, Rode K2

Software & Editing: ProTools, Adobe Audition, SoundForge

Specialty Gear: ISDN, Source Connect, Phone Patch


I work with an extremely skilled producer in a professional studio for all of my voiceover, which guarantees high quality results, clear timelines and expert handling of the entire recording and audio file delivery process. I record multiple times a week so I am able to turn projects within 24 hours (weekdays) in almost all cases.

Finding Voiceover

In search of a copywriting job and in possession of a brand new degree in English and a theatre minor in the early 2000s, I landed at a radio station group straight out of college. A few months in, I moved into an on-air position, eventually serving as a production director. After five years in radio, I started a small ad agency. I missed the creative energy of working behind the microphone and began receiving calls from previous voiceover clients who wanted to continue working with me. While I am still an active copywriter- which I believe brings me an added edge to deliver copy while also ensuring you won’t ever have a grammatical error in your final files!- I put a lot of focus on voiceover.