As a voice-over artist Sue Casson has a long association with The British Library, and is the voice of the lift in their Euston Road building. For their award-winning Turning the Pages series she has voiced commentary for
Elizabeth Blackwell’s Herbal Dutch Baroque Gardens My Lady Nevell’s Book The St Chad Gospels
The Lindisfarne Gospels The ‘Golf’ Book The Genealogical Chronicle of the English Kings
A selection of these can be heard at the British Library Online Gallery.
In addition the following Turning the Pages books are available as ebooks from itunes
Jane Austen’s History of England Audobon’s Birds William Blake’s Notebook The Bedford Hours
A Medieval Bestiary Henry VIII's Psalter
Her most recent recording for Turning the Pages is The Miscellany of Iskandar Sultan.
Sue Casson has also voiced soundpoints for several in-house exhibitions including The Silk Road, Henry VIII, The Magna Carta, The Magnificent Maps and Illuminated Manuscripts exhibitions.
Her voice has also provided commentary for Turning the Pages installations at The Royal Society, and English Heritage’s Down House, where her recorded annotations for a series of Charles Darwin’s travel notebooks were featured on the front page of the BBC website .
"Sue Casson is a wonderful, witty narrator....delicious comic timing."
To hear Sue Casson read The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde click on the picture.
Other voice work includes presentation and voices for multi-media learning packages, starting with Cambridge Training and Development’s ground-breaking New Reading Disc, video and film voice-over, and telephone on-hold voice-over. At Success on Hold, a pioneer in the on hold business, her past client list includes British Airways, Virgin, Qantas and Aer Lingus; Club Med and Thomson Holidays; The Hilton Hotels group; DHL and Fedex.