Bryony Marks is one of Australia’s most sought-after screen composers.
She’s completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Music Composition for Film and Television with first class honours from Melbourne Uni’s Conservatorium of Music. She’s studied with Professor Simon Bainbridge, Head of Composition at the Royal Academy of Music in London; and Karen Tanaka, formerly of IRCAM, Paris.
A composer of several scores for theatre, Bryony has received commissions for chamber orchestra and operatic works.
Currently composing the music for Damon Gameau’s new feature documentary 2040, she recently completed work on the TV series’ Mustangs FCand Sisters. Her score for the TV mini-series Barracudawas awarded Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie at the 2017 APRA Screen Music Awards. Her work on Berlin Syndromewon Best Original Score at this year’s FCCA Awards.
Other feature credits include Don’t Tell, Felony, Please Like Me, Anzac Girls, and Cloudstreet.