How to travel long-term running a professional voice-over business

I had heard of voice-over artists taking their gear with them on holiday to record the odd job. But I was curious about the idea of taking my entire professional voice-over career with me as I traveled around the globe long-term. So I decided to test it out.

Feeling quite fed up with the winter months, in March 2019 I felt it was time. I booked a 5-week trip to Bali, Indonesia. My intention was to have as much fun as humanly possible, while seeing if the ‘digital nomad’ lifestyle was viable for a professional voice-over artist.

There were some challenges to get past, like ‘how to offer top-notch audio quality from a hotel room‘, ‘how to work with a 7-hour time difference without clients noticing‘ and ‘how to provide reliable service in a country where you can’t always depend on good internet‘. 

In this video I talk about my experience.

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