Albert Zeeman | Founder and owner
As the proud founder and owner of Premium Voices, Albert likes to stand at the front and back doors, as he himself puts it. He attends to your request for a quote and remains closely involved in the production process until the delivery of the voice-over recording.
Albert has been active since 1992 as a voice-over and audio producer. As such, he can be heard every day in a commercial for De Telegraaf and as the voice-over on Discovery Channel. Customer demand for foreign voices in 2007 sparked off the idea of starting Premium Voices.
Liza van den Dijssel | Project manager and Marketing
As project manager, Liza is the first port of call for quotation requests and all questions relating to scripts and schedules. She enthusiastically throws herself into every project and advises on scripting, suitable voice-overs and technical finishing of small and big productions.
In addition, Liza develops new concepts and tools that make booking voices even easier and more user-friendly. She researches customer needs, locates new markets and contributes to the development of new products.
Martine Ursem | Office manager and design
Martine makes sure everything runs smoothly within the company. She lends support for current orders, assists where necessary and, by means of top notch planning and organisation, manages to get any job done.
Because of her years of experience as a graphic designer, Martine also gives shape to all expressions of Premium Voices. With an eye for form and function, she also contributes substantially to the development of existing projects and new initiatives.
Sanna Hollenberg | Administration and Project manager
Sanna takes care of the administration and she does so to three decimal places. Tally it will. She enjoys the pleasant contact with the voices and and her sometimes strict but fair role as manager of accounts receivable.
Since the start, Sanna has been involved in Premium Voices and consequently knows all the ins and outs of the business. This very often comes in handy: temporarily stepping in as a project manager at busy times is no problem at all for her.