Corporate Promo - Dental Wellness - Voice Over
Item Name: Corporate Promo - Show & Tell Productions
Creator: Hemma Kearney
Voiced by: Craig Leggo
This project was lovingly put together by the creative genius of Hemma Kearney at Show & Tell Productions. So many people are fearful of going to the dentist, and this reflects in an unfortunate way for our beloved dentists. Just feel for a moment what it would be like to tell someone what you do for a profession - only to have them screw up their nose and say something like "Ohhh, I HATE the dentist". This may be amusing out of context, but it affects real people in very real ways.
Statistics show very clearly that our dentists are some of the most stressed individuals around, and along with a disproportionately high level of suicide this contributes in tangible ways to our issue. Ever pondered that perhaps the dentist is not that keen to see YOU either?
So next time you are due for a visit, wrap your shaking arms around your dentist and give them a big squeeze. Perhaps a little "I love you" whispered in their ear whilst you're at it? Where's the harm in that?
It was so much fun doing the voice over for this video. Working with Hemma is always ... hang on, I can't say that I've ever felt like I was, in fact "working" with Hemma. So, doing this voice over was a great laugh, and being asked to be a part of Hemma's creative work is always an honour, so enjoy the video...
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A little about Show & Tell Productions...
Emma with an ‘h’. It’s also pronounced phonetically – no nasty surprises! My name is Hemma but other derivatives are fine too. Emma, Gemma, Heather, Hannah, Henna… and yes even Pamela has been a part of the Hemma-derivative family.
I’m not really sure how I ended up here. From a tiny tot, I’ve always thought up incredible stories, and as I got older they developed into film ideas inside my head.. My head all of a sudden needed backup hard drives upon back up hard drives to store it all. The mainframe wasn’t coping so I eventually picked up a camera.
I hassled a few friends from school with semi-Mexican looks, a chicken from Mum’s yard and headed rural. I had my first short film “Mexico 1939″. Unfortunately I lost the chicken in the process… The film won the school’s film competition and also took out “Best Cinematography” at the local university, Bond. (read the rest of Hemma's story at her website here.