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Jodi and Tim have been busy over the last 15 years composing for the screen and stage. They work in any genre and get a buzz out of delivering
compositions of exceptional quality and originality. Whether you need music for a dark dramatic film, jingles for a light, happy tvc or catchy songs for a musical, we do it all.
In 2013, Jodi graduated from The Australian Film Television and Radio School in Sydney where she specialized in Screen Music.
• Seven Stories was spear headed by Jodi in collaboration with Ensemble Offspring and 6 other prominent Australian composers, including Amanda Brown, Caitlin Yeo, Bree van Reyk and Sally Whitwell. It debuted at City Recital Hall through Vivid in 2017. Check out Jodi's composition, Overcoming the Darkness.
• Merrigong Theatre in Wollongong have chosen music from Jodi's album 'In Dreams I Live' to promote their exciting 2017 line-up. You can view it here.
• Mambo Documentary
Jodi and Tim composed music for Art Irritates Life, the documentary about iconic Sydney based surf wear company, Mambo Graphics. The show went to air on ABC in November 2016 and was directed and produced by Paul Clarke at Bombora. You can watch it on Iview here.
• Roger Loves Betty's song 'Forever' will be featured in the Wildbear Entertainment mini-series, 'Changed Forever'.
It features David Field and Colin Friels and goes to air on Foxtel in November 2016.
• Convict. Jodi composed the score for the feature film, starring George Basha, Richard Green and David Field, released in 2014.
• Subaru Forrester. Once again Sony/ATV have placed Hey Watcha Doin' Today in a US tvc! This time it's the 2014 campaign for the new Subaru Forrester.
• Tim's song Hey Watcha Doin' Today is featured in the Meng Tyres advertising campaign, including radio and tvc for Central Queensland, April 2012
• Screenwise TVC
Jodi composed music for the tvc, produced by Mic Gruchy in March 2012.
Tim and Jodi composed music for an AGL Energy tvc in the ACT in October 2011.
Tim and Jodi composed the theme song and five songs of the week for the channel 7 children's show, first aired in September 2010,
produced by Beyond.
• Winners and Losers
Tim and Jodi have both had songs placed in the Channel 7 TV series, in 2012 and 2013.
• The Shire
The Fishing Song by Tim was featured in the series in 2012.
• New McDonald's Farm
Jodi and Tim wrote twenty two songs for all three series of the channel 9 children's show, produced by Beyond in 2004-2007.
• St George Bank jingle in 2008
• Bill Grainger's Travelling Cooking Show
Jodi and Tim composed five pieces of music for the series in 2008.
• Travelers Insurance US ad campaign.
Tim's song Hey Watcha Doin' Today has been picked up by the US company as the featured song in their new tvc, broadcast across the US for a year in 2010.
• Just Being Eve
Jodi composed the theme song and underscore for the teen animated pilot, produced by SLR in 2008.
• Love is a Four Letter Word
A 2001 ABC production featuring Jodi as a live artist, performing Waiting, Wanting, Holding on the show.
• The Combination
Tim and Jodi were the music supervisors. Tim was the music producer for the 2008 feature film, directed by David Field.
• Love My Way
Tim's song Hey Watch Doin Today was featured in the mini-series in 2006.
Jodi was a featured guest on Australia's favourite music trivia show in 2004, SBS.
• Garage Days
Jodi's song For the First Time (In Dreams I Live) was in the Australian film Garage Days.
• Black Rock
Jodi's song, Ghost of Love Returned (The Clouds) featured in the Australian film, Blackrock.
• Dairy Farmers
Tim's song, By Your Side (Grandview) was featured in the television commercial for lite milk.
• Stepfather of the Bride
Jodi and Trish Young's song, Beyond the Clouds (The Girls From the Clouds) was in the ABC tele-movie, Stepfather of the Bride,
starring Garry McDonald.
• Bossanova, The Sound That Seduced the World
Tim and Jodi composed underscore for the ABC documentary, produced by Greg Appel in 2005.
• Lockie Leonard
Roger Loves Betty's Polkadots of Purpletown is featured in episode 4 of the second series, written by Tim Winton.