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Me-Lee Hay

Last Tree Standing (2017) - Short film

Silenced (2017) - Short Film

Capturing the Cosmos (2016) - Documentary

Ben's Menu (2015) - Theme

My Market Kitchen (2017) - Theme

Luke Nguyen's Greater Mekong 2 (2012) - Documentary Series

Luke Nguyen's France (2014) - Documentary Series

Luke Nguyen's UK (2015) - Documentary Series


Award winning Australian composer Me-Lee Hay composes music for film/TV, dance and theatre.Her score for the fantasy driven 30 minute short film Last Tree Standing won Best Music for a Short Film at Australia's prestigious Screen Music Awards. Other works include original composition for Museum Victoria’s Scienceworks Planetary 360 dome astronomy documentaries “Starlight” and “Capturing the Cosmos” (narrated by Sigrid Thornton and Geoffrey Rush respectively), SBS One series travel/cooking show Luke Nguyen (Greater Mekong 2, France, UK) and Network Ten’s Ben’s Menu. Me-Lee has worked as an additional composer on the feature film "Penelepa", which won Best Fantasy Film at Amsterdam’s Van Goph's Film festival and assistant composer to major Australian sci-fi features such as "The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume 1" which have global distribution. Me-Lee Hay is a graduate of the Australian Film Television & Radio School (AFTRS). With a training in classical piano (A.Mus.A), cello and theory, combined with electronica/pop explorations in the touring live band scene, Me-Lee is attracted to sounds of classical textures merging seamlessly with sounds and ambience of the modern world to facilitate a story, emotion and creation of worlds.

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