Audio Description

Audio description, also referred to as a video description, described video, or more precisely called a visual description, is a form of narration used to provide information surrounding key visual elements in a media work (such as a film or television program, or theatrical performance) for the benefit of blind and visually impaired consumers. These narrations are typically placed during natural pauses in the audio, and sometimes during dialogue if deemed necessary

or

saying what you see to a VIP (visually impaired person)

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I have been an Audio Describer since 2009, working in His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen.

I have Described everything from Rock Operas, Plays, Musicals, to Pantomimes. I love all of it. I especially love working in a team and socialising with our VIP customers.

I am available for all different kinds of AD work, including, film, prerecords, conferences and meetings.

Just get in touch.

My usual basic charge is £260 for one theatre show or film, with a week's prep.

Live work is £60 per hour.

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