Bryony is currently composing the music for Damon Gameau’s new feature documentary 2040, the second series of Mustangs FC for Matchbox Pictures/ABC TV and Lambs of God for Lingo Pictures/EndelmolShine/Foxtel. Bryony’s score for Barracuda was awarded “Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie” at the 2017 APRA Screen Music Awards. Her work on Berlin Syndrome won “Best Original Score” at this year’s FCCA Awards.
Bryony is one of Australia’s most sought-after screen composers. She brings a classical rigour and insider’s perspective to her work.
Feature film credits include:
- Tori Garrett’s Don’t Tell
- Cate Shortland’s Berlin Syndrome (winner “Best Original Score” 2017 FCCA Awards)
- Matthew Saville’s A Month of Sundays
- Matthew Saville’s Felony
- Mark Lamprell’s Goddess
- Matthew Saville’s Noise
TV credits include:
- Sisters (EndemolShine/Network Ten)
- Mustangs FC (Matchbox Pictures/ABC TV)
- Please Like Me (ABC TV, 4 series)
- Barracuda (Matchbox Pictures/ABC TV, winner “Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie” 2017 APRA Screen Music Awards)
- Anzac Girls (Screentime/ABC TV)
- Cloudstreet (Screentime/Foxtel)
- We Can Be Heroes, Summer Heights High and Angry Boys (Princess Pictures/ABC TV)
Bryony completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Music Composition for Film and Television with 1st class Honours from the University of Melbourne’s Conservatorium of Music, and attended the inaugural Composers’ Program at the Australian National Academy of Music. She has received many commissions, including 3 string quartets, a quintet and a sextet, an opera excerpt and a 1-hour chamber opera, Crossing Live.