March 9, 2021

PHMG appoints Hannah Ralph as Global Head of Voice

Creative audio technology company PHMG welcomes Hannah Ralph as their new Global Head of Voice.

In her new position, Hannah will be integral to driving a focus on the power of voice as a brand asset. She’ll be key in helping clients find their perfect vocal match to maximise all the audio touchpoints available to them. Plus, her work with international voice talent will source new, cutting-edge artists to diversify the PHMG portfolio.

“It’s a real privilege to be given the opportunity to work with a fantastic brand like PHMG” says Hannah.

“I can’t wait to share my passion of all things voice with both my colleagues and clients, and demonstrate how influential the voice can be in helping to shape a brand.”

Hannah brings a wealth of experience to PHMG – time spent managing voice talent across the globe, as well as working in casting, client liaison, coaching and directing. Artists under her guidance have gone on to work for leading name clients such as Disney, the BBC, ITV, Aldi, McCann and Netflix – and her expertise spans TV and radio, as well as industry guidelines, rights and usage models. This background has taught her what makes voice such an important brand asset.

“I share the belief of PHMG that the voice can be the most powerful communication tool. The right speaker can help shape a brand and engage the customer – so I truly understand the significance of finding the perfect voice.”

Training and development will be another key part of Hannah’s role. She’ll liaise with key teams and stakeholders across PHMG, advising on the unique nuances of commercial voice performance. Daniel Lafferty, Director of Music and Voice, commented:

“We’re delighted to welcome Hannah to PHMG. With 15 years’ experience in voice talent management, we’re sure she’ll take our product offering to the next level.”

Established in 1998, PHMG has grown to become a global industry leader – creating the sound of more than 36,000 clients such as Audi, Adidas and Samsung.