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The Spring - Film Score


Each frame is painted onto a light box. Beauty and flow are captured and the score reflects the director, Xin Li's, intention.


ABC Australia - Artsville


Sculpting music and sound for narrative and to create a sonic identity


Capturing Movement


How can music reflect the movement of the zoetrope? By using the repetition of notes like the frames of the camera. Some of my composition work for World Movies Channel

Still Life - Film Score


How much fun can you have with an orchestra? This much ...

'Best Short Film' Cannes Film Festival American Pavilion, 2014
'Qantas Award' winner Tropfest 2013.
Directed by Martin Sharpe.


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The Spring - Film Score


Each frame is painted onto a light box. Beauty and flow are captured and the score reflects the director, Xin Li's, intention.


ABC Australia - Artsville


Sculpting music and sound for narrative and to create a sonic identity


Capturing Movement


How can music reflect the movement of the zoetrope? By using the repetition of notes like the frames of the camera. Some of my composition work for World Movies Channel

Still Life - Film Score


How much fun can you have with an orchestra? This much ...

'Best Short Film' Cannes Film Festival American Pavilion, 2014
'Qantas Award' winner Tropfest 2013.
Directed by Martin Sharpe.


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The Spring - Film Score


Each frame is painted onto a light box. Beauty and flow are captured and the score reflects the director, Xin Li's, intention.


ABC Australia - Artsville


Sculpting music and sound for narrative and to create a sonic identity


Capturing Movement


How can music reflect the movement of the zoetrope? By using the repetition of notes like the frames of the camera. Some of my composition work for World Movies Channel

Still Life - Film Score


How much fun can you have with an orchestra? This much ...

'Best Short Film' Cannes Film Festival American Pavilion, 2014
'Qantas Award' winner Tropfest 2013.
Directed by Martin Sharpe.


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