11 Stories From the River Dyarubbin
11 Audio Walks along Dyarubbin/ The Haweksbury River 2019-2023
Composer/ Producer/ Writer
/ Sound
Bangadyi Nawi – Making a Canoe
Short video documenting the process of traditional canoe making on Dyarubbin/ The Hawkesbury Riverfor Haweksbury Regional Museum 2023
videographer / composer

Yarramundi and the People of Dyarubbin
A radio feature for ABC RN The History Listen 2021
RETROSPECT War, Family, Afghanistan
A radio and icinema documentary series
ABC Radio / UNSW icinema / Melbourne Museum 2015
Composer/ Sound designer
When One Door Closes
A theatre and circus co-production on the afterlife of Miss Julie, Hedda Gabler & Nora
Circa / La Boite 2016
The Tribe
An adaptation of Mohammed Ahmad’s novel for the stage
Urban Theatre Projects / Sydney Festival / Belvoir St 2015-2017
Composer / Performer
Pandit Ashok Roy SURMANI Pearl of Melody
A short film
Parramasala Film Festival 2014
Producer / Writer / Editor
Diary of a Wombat
Adaptation of Jackie French’s childrens book for the stage
Monkey Baa Theatre Company 2017
South Creek Wianamatta Turning
A Festival of nature, stories and sound
A Magnetic Places Project, Penrith City Council 2017
Producer / Sound Artist
The Cartographers Curse
A theatre work on the mapping history of the middle east
National Theatre of Parramatta and Third Space Productions 2016
Sound Designer
Concerto for Humans and Semtex
A radio play in four parts by Simon Luckhurst
ABC Radio
Where the Streets Had a Name
An adaptation of Randa Abdel-Fattah’s novel for the stage
Monkey Baa Theatre Co. 2017
Composer / Sound Designer
River I
Portland Regional Art Gallery 12:12:12 (2012)
Sound Artist
Love Poetry
A radio feature 2012
ABC Radio : Poetica
Ashok Roy…From India With Love
A radio feature 2014
ABC Radio : Into the Music
An Ear on my Heart :
Poetry of Kathryn Lomer and Esther Ottaway

A radio feature 2008
ABC RN : Poetica
Producer / Composer
The Earthbound Spirit
Sufi Poetry of Rumi and Hafez

ABC Radio Feature 2005
Producer / Composer
I acknowledge the Dharug and Darkinjung people, the original custodians of the country where I live and work. I recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture and offer my deep respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.
This land was never ceded, always was, always will be Aboriginal land.