It's been a while since I got on here, but I have good reason.
A new arrival joined my family earlier this year in April!
So I have been on the go slow, and enjoying the cocoon that is the early months of motherhood.
But, as Backstreet once sang, oh my God - I'm back again.
Yes, along with voluminous shell pants and cold weather crop tops, I have returned to the world - perhaps with a similar level of reticence towards it as I would have towards the shell pant/crop top combo on a chilly October morning.
Luckily, I rarely have to venture out from my cabin in such attire thanks to a nifty home studio that has fared me well for local and international spots over the past couple of years. During my down time I made a few improvements to the sound and switched over to Ableton Live Lite, and I am very pleased with the results. I hope you are too.
At the moment, you may have heard me on the airwaves speaking sultrily about the good work of my friends over at Mazda, a gig I've been very happy to be doing for many years now. With thanks to Radiyo for the production on this latest digital radio campaign.
You might also have heard me speaking very very fast for Snapfish. Hopefully I have inspired you to get the countless photos of your sandwiches and loved ones (in that order) off your phone and onto your kitchen fridges, or cushion covers.
And, not to brag, but my mechanical engineering skills are quite something. Just check out this video I did for Visser & Smit Hanab.
Thanks for sharing this special moment with me as I relaunch myself back into the booth full-time. Not to sound too forward or anything, but, you know, call me.
RM Clarke is a writer and voice-over artist. She has written for various literary mags and anthologies and won awards. She has put her voice to most things she can think of.