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Joff Bush (Jonathan Bush)

The Strange Chores (2019) - Television Series

Bluey (2018 -2019) - Television Series

The Family Law (2015-2019) - Television Series

Australian Survivor (2016 + ) - Television Series

Ronny Chieng : International Student (2017) - Television Series

Doodles (2015-2017) - Television Series

Dream Gardens (2017) - Television Series

Snake Sheila (2016) - Television Series

#7 Days Later (2013) - Television Series

Strange Chores (2012) - Television Series


One of ASCAP’s ‘Composers to Watch’, Joff is currently working on the 'Bluey' and 'The Strange Chores'. Joff’s past television series work includes The Strange Calls, Ronny Chieng : International Student, The Family Law, Australian Survivor, Dream Gardens and the Emmy award winning Ludo productions ‘#7 Days Later’ and 'Doodles'. Joff studied lots of piano and composition things at the Queensland Con, AFTRS and NYU. Recent accolades include ‘Best Score’ (Long Island Film Festival) Best Music (Green Room Awards) and a bunch of Best Television Theme and Best Music for a Television Series nominations (Screen Music Awards). He mostly works in comedy / childrens TV and has a real nerdy interest in post-war japanese cinema.

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