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Leigh Marsh

37 Things (2019) – Short film (co-composer)

At Last (2019) – Feature film (assistant composer and additional music)

Cut (2017) – Short film (additional music)

Rhapsody – Australian Fashion Labels (2016) – TVC (online)

Majorca Isle – Australian Fashion Labels (2016) – TVC (online)

Euphoria – Australian Fashion Labels (2016) – TVC (online)

Dimension – Australian Fashion Labels (2016) – TVC (online)


Leigh Marsh is a screen composer who brings a deep understanding of a wide range of musical styles to each project. A guitarist, drummer and bassist, he has been part of collaborations in retro-rock, gypsy-swing, funk, afro-beat, avant-garde, shoegaze and cabaret, and brings this diversity to his work. He thrives on delivering unique scores using acoustic and synthetic instruments. Recently, Marsh has scored independent short 37 Things, and provided additional composition for Benjamin Speed on the feature At Last (Monumental Films, Roadman Films, Story Bridge Film). He provided additional composition for Askja Films and Bluebird Productions on their award winning 2017 short Cut, and has created commercial work for Australian Fashion Labels. A number of his works are also managed by Soundfield Collective. In 2017, with assistance from Arts South Australia, Marsh completed a one-on-one mentorship with screen composer and FCCA/Screen Music Award winner Bryony Marks (Please Like Me, Berlin Syndrome, Barracuda). If you need engaging music tailored to further enliven your project – be it for film, TV, games, online or otherwise – please get in touch

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