Award-winning Australian composer Nerida Tyson-Chew brings a distinct warmth and creative ingenuity to her work. Known for her collaborative approach and versatility across a range of musical disciplines, her portfolio spans feature films, television dramas, children's productions as well as numerous documentaries and wildlife films.
Nerida’s passion is being a sonic storyteller of feelings for film, expressing through music the unseen and unsaid, supporting the drama, the edit and subliminally underscoring dialogue.
Her portfolio spreads across a more than 25 year career with hundreds of hours of music in circulation in over 200 countries.
Some of Nerida’s diverse credits include the new Australian feature film H is for Happiness, the BAFTA-nominated hit CBBC Canadian/Australian underwater animated adventure series The Deep, l'Apprenti Père Noël (Santa’s Apprentice), Return to Nim’s Island, Anacondas - the Hunt for the Blood Orchid, TV series Rescue - Special Ops, Batman - The Animated Series, Tracey McBean, and documentary series Life@ and The National Geographic Channel Series Taboo.