+ ZALUMMA AGRA
We are a boutique music & post production studio providing music and sound design services for Film, TV & Theatre. We love collaborating. We love brainstorming. We like it best when there's time for play, experimenting and reflection. We like to create and nurture brilliant working relationships with like-minded souls.
66D Piper St
Kyneton, Victoria, 3444
+61 401 056 011
+ JED PALMER
Full Credit List : IMDB
An innovative and versatile craftsman with a diverse skill set, Jed is a composer/musician, sound designer/editor, producer/recording engineer.
He is known for bold, textured and nuanced sound designs and compositions.
After a decade predominately working in the music industry as an audio engineer and musician, Jed gravitated toward film, TV and theatre and has spent the last 10 years developing his craft. He continues to work in the music industry also, co-writing and producing albums with Vince Giarrusso, The Sea Thieves among others.
Jed was recently nominated for two AACTA awards for his sound and music work on feature documentary Ukraine is not a Brothel.
Recent Film and TV credits include: OtherLife dir.Ben C. Lucas Vietnam - The War That Made Australia (SBS TV) The Face Of Ukraine: Casting Oksana Baiul dir Kitty Green (Winner Sundance Short Film Jury Award: Non - Fiction) Danger 5 Series 2 dir. Dario Russo (SBS Television) The Infinite Man dir. Hugh Sullivan (SXSW 2014), Ukraine Is Not a Brothel dir. Kitty Green (Venice Film Festival 2013, AACTA award Best Documentary Feature 2014)
Recent theatre credits include: Meow Meow's Little Mermaid dir. Michael Kantor Malthouse Theatre The Listies' Hamlet Prince of Skidmark dir Declan Greene, Sydney Theatre Co. Blak Cabaret dir Matthew Lutton Malthouse Theatre Calpurnia Descending dir. Declan Greene Sydney Theatre Company/Malthouse Theatre Take Up Thy Bed & Walk dir. Gaelle Mellis at Vital Statistix Theatre Tame dir. Kate Sulan at Malthouse Theatre, Howling Like A Wolf dir. Zoë Barry at Restless Dance Theatre.
+ ZOË BARRY
Full Credit List : IMDB
Zoë holds a B Mus in Ethnomusicology and cello performance. She furthered her cello studies internationally, focussing on Baroque and Turkish Classical repertoire. As a highly regarded cellist and singer she regularly performs with a wide range of national and international ensembles, including John Cale, Stars Of The Lid, Meow Meow, Mick Harvey, Missy Higgins, Dr G Yunupingu, A Winged Victory For The Sullen, Demdike Stare, Jherek Bischoff, Ross McLennan and Laura Jean. She has toured extensively around Australia, and internationally in the U.S., the UK, Europe and Asia. Zoë is a founding member of The Letter String Quartet, commissioning new works for strings and voice by non classical composers. They present an annual subscription series at Melbourne Recital Centre.
Zoë composes for ensembles, theatre, film, TV and public installations. Her music has been performed at The John F Kennedy Centre for the Performing Arts, Sydney Opera House, The New Victory Theater, NY, Melbourne Recital Centre, Federation Square, Dark Mofo, Sydney Festival, Adelaide Festival and broadcast widely.
Recent performing and composing credits include: House Of Mirrors Keith Courtney & Christian Wagstaff, Dark Mofo, Sydney, Adelaide& Melbourne Festival (soloist), Meow Meow's Little Mermaid Malthouse Theatre (performer, acting Musical Director, Edinburgh, Auckland, Perth & Sydney Festivals), Ghosts, Toast, and The Things Unsaid Sandpit/Google Creative, ACMI (co-composer), Rain The Seam/Drop Bar Theatre, all major Australian children's arts festivals, Macau (performer), The Story Of Lamp Sandpit/Arts Centre Melbourne (creator, composer), The Boy Who Loved Tiny Things ArtPlay (co-creator/director), The Ball Room Cat Sewell/Nancy Sposato, ArtPlay (composer), and Melbourne Museum's Camouflage Disco (co-composer).
Recent Film and TV credits include: Vietnam - The War That Made Australia (SBS TV), The Infinite Man dir. Hugh Sullivan (SXSW 2014), Ukraine Is Not a Brothel dir. Kitty Green (Venice Film Festival 2013, AACTA award Best Documentary Feature 2014) and Restoration Australia (ABC TV).