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Sean Tinnion

The Last Horns of Africa (2021) - Documentary Feature Film

Jaimen Hudson: From Sky To Sea (2021) - Documentary Feature Film

What Does Australia Really Think? (2021) Documentary series

The Last Stand: Aftermath (2021) - PC Video Game

Secrets of our Cities: Season 1 (2017) and Season 2 (2020) - Documentary series

Intermission (2020) - Short film

Robbed (2019) – Short film

Murals (2019) – Short film

Storm in a Teacup (2019) – Documentary

A Stargazers Guide to the Cosmos (2018) – Documentary & Web-series


Sean Tinnion is a multi - award winning British-Australian music composer for films, television, games & other multimedia productions currently based in Australia. His compositional style and sound is a mixture between haunting, evocative, emotional scores & dark ambient soundscapes that extensively use orchestra and electronic elements. Over the span of his career, he has scored almost 40 short films based in Australia and overseas, including the UK and the USA. His awards and accolades include 6 wins for 'Best Film Score' at the Hollywood Boulevard Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Awards, the Oniros Film Awards: New York, the Oniros Film Awards: Italy, the London International Monthly Film Festival and the APRA Screen Music Awards, Australia. He has also received a further 9 nominations for his work in film & TV.

2020 was Sean's most successful year to date, landing his first feature length film production 'The Last Horns of Africa' which is a gripping and intimate look at the current rhino poaching war raging across Africa. This then led to his second feature length film 'Jaimen Hudson: From Sky To Sea' which will be shown in cinemas Australia & New Zealand wide throughout 2021. He has two more features lined up as well as a PC video game which is set for a late 2021 completion.

Born in Liverpool, England, he started out at the early age of five where his interest in music began at the piano and eventually would turn to film music. In late 2004, he immigrated to Australia where his musical skills had the opportunity to develop further. He went on to earn his Bachelor of Music Major In Composition and Music Technology in 2011 from The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, graduating in 2015.

Scores to many documentaries & films have gained recognition and intertest from producers & directors both domestically around Australia and internationally. He is now one of the most sought after composers for film & TV in Perth.