[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=airjuPdVwes&feature=player_embedded] Ochre and Ink a great documentary I wrote the music for last year. About the extraordinary story of Xiaoping’s collaboration with Aboriginal artist Johnny Bulunbulun, this film has surprised audiences all over the world with Xiaoping’s honest and sometimes controversial exploration of aboriginal culture and art. It has earned multiple accolades including special Jury prize at Fifo Tahiti, and […]
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQY4POfCBAY&feature=player_embedded] I am still smiling!
OPENING CINEMAS IN MARCH. Black & White & Sex is on a roll… “edgy, confronting and captivating exploration of sex and seduction” – Filmink http://www.filmink.com.au/feature/sex-lies-amp-video-tape/ Sydney – Premiere 16 March followed by five consecutive Friday night special event screenings: Tickets: http://www.titanview.com/index.php/screenings/black-white-sex-screenings Melbourne (22 March): Tickets: http://www.classiccinemas.com.au/Movie/Black-White-Sex
ART CAN BREAK ALL THE RULES. Ochre and Ink screens on ABC1 at 10pm on 21st February. Very proud to have scored the music for this documentary, directed by James Bradely. The art is simply groundbreaki
In July 2011, Iattended the 2011 ASCAP Film and TV Scoring Workshop with Richard Bellis in Los Angeles. Although the entire trip was an amazing experience, without doubt the highlight was the chance to compose for a 62-piece orchestra. The recording session at Fox Newman Scoring stage was an amazing experience. The orchestra were on […]
I have just returned from the ultimate crash course in the rhythm of hollywood for screen composers. The ASCAP Film and TV Scoring Workshop. Whilst there i was fortunate enough to be mentored by the insightful Richard Bellis. Along with 11 other hand-picked participants, we had a month long masterclass with industry professionals on the […]
Next Wednesday 27th July, Part 1 of the two part series Seduction in The City:The Birth of Shopping premiers on SBS at 8:30pm. I scored the music for this delightfully opulent and witty series at the end of 2010. Director Sally Aitken and the Essential Media team were an absolute pleasure to work with. Read […]
Jucy is a fantastic womantic comedy of crazy proportions that i scored last year. It is totally fun and true to Louise Alston’s Australian comic style. Currently, it’s screening at the Seattle International Film Festival. Rather than a celebrity couple like Brangelina, Louise Alston’s warm-hearted comedy revolves around the womance of flame-haired Jackie and full-figured […]
Urbancinefile Interview This is the interview i did with Andrew Urban for the APRA 2010 Screen Music awards. I was nominated for best music for a documentary with my score for The Long Goodbye. You may need to scroll down to find the clip.