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Latest Projects

In Production

Magic Beach
Feature film directed by Robert Connolly
Co-composer: Bryony Marks

Songs Inside
Feature documentary directed by Shalom Almond
Composer: Amanda Brown

NCIS: Sydney
Paramount+ crime drama series 2
Music Supervisor: Allegra Caldwell

Rock Island Mysteries
Nickelodeon/Network Ten kids comedy drama series 3
Composers: Richard Pleasance & Caitlin Yeo

With or Without You
Feature film directed by Kelly Schilling
Composer: Amanda Brown

The Survivors
Netflix drama series
Music Supervisor: Allegra Caldwell

On Screen

Every Little Thing
Feature documentary directed by Sally Aitken
Composer: Caitlin Yeo

Feature documentary directed by Wendy Champagne
Composer: Damien Lane

Welcome to Babel
Feature documentary directed by James Bradley
Composer: Caitlin Yeo

NITV feature documentary
Composers: Caitlin Yeo & Damien Lane

After the Party
ABC TV drama series
Composer: Caitlin Yeo
Music Supervisors: Allegra Caldwell & Ali Kavanagh

Swift Street
SBS TV family crime drama series
Music Supervisor: Allegra Caldwell

Latest News

  • Aquarius

    In May 1973, some 10 000 artists, activists, hippies, radicals, gurus and visionaries descended on the struggling Northern Rivers town of Nimbin for the Aquarius Festival. They camped for 10 days and explored a new way of living. Many festival goers found kinship among the drugs, drama and bliss, as well as a blueprint for a sustainable life. Their story is lovingly told with the aid of newly uncovered footage and interviews with festival co-founders and attendees. Aquarius is an absorbing exploration of the power of the individual to affect change and how radical wisdom can resonate through generations

    Aquarius is directed by Wendy Champagne and produced by Sam Griffin for Tilt Media. Damien Lane composed the 70s-inspired score and Norman Parkhill handled music supervision. Listen to a selection of Damien’s music

    Aquarius premiered at the 2024 Sydney Film Festival

  • Welcome to Babel

    Chinese-Australian artist Jiawei Shen began to gain recognition as a painter in his homeland during the Cultural Revolution. But a painting of heroes of the nationalist movement became notorious, and prompted his emigration to Australia with his wife, the artist Lan Wang, in 1989. He is now widely acclaimed in Australia. He has been painting his sprawling allegory of communism, ‘Tower of Babel’, over the last seven years. It occupies the three-storeys of his studio and depicts hundreds of famous and infamous characters who were in thrall to Chinese communism, as well as many who lost their lives to the Revolution. Welcome to Babel is an intimate documentary portrait of Jiawei as he paints his opus in which he and Lan Wang talk of life in Mao’s China, surviving the Great Famine and the horrific events of Tiananmen Square

    Welcome to Babel is directed by James Bradley and produced by Graeme Isaac. Caitlin Yeo adds the musical palette. Listen to a selection of her music

    Welcome to Babel premiered at the 2024 Sydney Film Festival. Watch the trailer