Dr Louise Fryer is one of the UK’s most experienced describers. She has described at the National Theatre since it started offering AD in 1993. She works with VocalEyes as a describer, trainer and editor. For the BBC, she helped develop the pilot TV Audio Description Service (AUDETEL).

She has described films, often working with independent filmmakers, and was the accessibility advisor for the BAFTA-nominated Notes on Blindness (2016). She writes audio guides for museums and galleries and is currently working with NDACA to make their collection accessible. She helps companies interested in developing integrated approaches, most recently 2Faced Dance.

She is a Senior Teaching Fellow at University College, London (UCL) and is involved in a number of European Research projects. Her company Utopian Voices Ltd. is a partner in the Erasmus+ funded research project ADLAB-PRO creating an online curriculum and teaching resources for AD trainers.

Utopian Voices Ltd. offers audio description as well as training and consultancy.

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