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Jessica Wells

Dream Gardens (2018) - Television Series

The Hunt (2018) - Short Film

Trying (2018) - Short Film

Wake in Fright (2017) TV Mini-Series (additional music for SONAR)

Bunyip (2015) - Feature Film

480 Series - ABC TV (2012) TV Theme

Q&A - ABC TV (2008) - TV Theme

On the Edge of Eden (2007) feature film

Sexy Thing (2006) Short Film

The Saviour (2005) - Short Film

NSW

Jessica Wells was born in Florida, USA in 1974 and migrated to Australia at the age of 11. She completed her Bachelor of Music degree in Composition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 1996 and graduated with first class honours. This was followed by a Masters Degree in Composition in 1998. She then completed a Masters in Screen Composition at the AFTRS (Australian Film, Television and Radio School) in 2005, and was awarded the Film Critic's Circle Award for "Best Display of Technical Excellence" for her work on eight short films. Jessica's compositions cross many genres in the classical, commercial and film music worlds. She has worked for some of Australia's best composers as an orchestrator, arranger and copyist. She has over 60 credits on IMDB. Her orchestral music and arrangements have been performed by many of the major Australian orchestras (SSO, MSO, TSO, WASO and QSO). She was commissioned to write two pieces for the Victorian Opera's "Seven Deadly Sins" project featuring seven singers and a full orchestra, which was acclaimed as a highlight of the year in Melbourne's art scene. "Moon Fire" for Carillon and Electronic track was nominated for an Art Music Award in 2017 and was performed in Barcelona as part of the Carillon World Congress. Jessica was previously nominated for an Art Music Award for her orchestral work "Ainulindale" in 2001. As a producer Jessica can bring out the best in orchestral recordings as well as smaller ensembles and jazz and contemporary musicians. She has has arranged and produced music for ABC Classics as well as many other albums for artists and ensembles. She also co-produces film recording sessions with composers, and is able to help them get the best performances and combinations of elements for delivery to the film mix. She produced the orchestral recordings of film soundtracks for Nigel Westlake's "Paper Planes" and "Ali's Wedding" with the MSO and SSO.

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