Rhys has an incredibly extensive and wide range of experience as a voice over artist. He has provided the voice for countless campaigns. He has worked with most radio stations, both as a regular host and as a regular guest. He has been the reader of many audio books, including many of Nick Earls’ novels and short stories, and as the voice of John Eales’ autobiography, which was notable for the many and varied accents required (NZ, Sth African, Welsh, British, Irish, Scottish etc). He has voiced many documentaries, radio plays and poetry readings. Yes, he has a busy voice! His range of voices, and tones of voice (including accents and comic voices) is truly extensive. And, it should be added, he loves his work.
Rhys has worked in film, theatre and television for over 20 years in a wide range of roles. He is also a regular columnist for various newspapers and magazines, and is a regular public speaker at various artistic, sporting and corporate events. He is, self admittedly, always hungry for work.