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Bryony Marks

Everything’s Gonna Be Ok (2020) - Television Series

Lambs of God (2019) – Mini-series

2040 (2019) – Feature Documentary

Frayed (2019) - Television Series

Berlin Syndrome (2017) – Feature film

Please Like Me, Series 1-4 - Television Series

Barracuda (2016) – Mini-series

Felony (2013) – Feature film

Cloudstreet (2011) – Mini-series

Noise (2007) – Feature Film


Bryony is one of Australia’s most sought-after screen composers. She brings classical rigour and an insider’s perspective to her work.

Bryony is currently composing the music for Josh Thomas’ new series, Everything’s Gonna Be OK for Freeform in United States and the third series of Mustangs FC for Matchbox Pictures/ABC TV. She has recently completed work on Frayed for ABC TV/Sky UK; Damon Gameau’s new feature documentary 2040 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. She won ‘Best Original Score’ for Berlin Syndrome (2017) and Noise (2007) at the FCCA Awards. Her chamber opera Crossing Live won a Green Room Award for Best New Australian Work in 2007. Published soundtracks include 2040, Lambs of God, Please Like Me, Cloudstreet, Don’t Tell, Berlin Syndrome, Barracuda, A Month of Sundays, Noise, Felony, Summer Heights High, Angry Boys and The Happiness Box.

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 4 string quartets, a quintet and a sextet, an opera excerpt, a chamber opera and most recently a chamber work, Schism, for the Southern Cross Soloists. Adapted from the seminal Australian Children’s Book by Changi POWs David Griffin and Lesley Greener, her 40minute work for orchestra and narrator, The Happiness Box, commissioned by Symphony Services Australia, has been performed by MSO, NZSO, QSO and most recently SSO.

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