Our Composers

Eden Martin

Eden Martin

Hailing from London, Eden started his career working for Björk, and then legendary producer Nellee Hooper. He has contributed to recordings by Gwen Stefani, Lamb, Holly Valance, Lamya, Robyn Loau, The Beta Band, P Diddy, Kelis, Jimmy Barnes, Gary Numan, MeOne, Wes Carr, Holly Valance and many more, while as a Producer/Mixer in his own right, Eden has worked on tracks for Elton John, David Hirschfelder, John Butler, , Deni Hines, Aloe Blacc and THEKINGROCKER. A twist of fate led Martin into the world of TVC composition when he was asked to score the music to Michel Gondry's award-winning "Swap" TVC for Levi's. The track was subsequently released as a single and featured The Sneaker Pimp's Keli Ali on vocals. This became a regular trend for Eden's work with Pepsi, Australia's Next Top Model, Comfort and Singapore's Saving Gaia organisation all releasing records and/or downloadable versions of his work. As music director/producer, Eden appeared on screen throughout Asia with Michael Bolton on his new reality show Bolt of Talent, broadcast on Star World Asia. Martin & Bolton also co-wrote the track I Believe In You for the show's 6th episode. 2018 kicked off with another collaboration with Michael Bolton, this time for Audible - reworking his 1993 hit Said I Loved You, But I Lied for an Australia wide TV/Radio campaign filmed around Sydney Harbour, sound mixing the film Concern For Welfare for SBS, and composition/sound design work for Toyota (Aus), WEY Motors (HK) and Ford (USA), and producing/mixing a collaboration between the industrial rock band and actress Sasha Grey for their upcoming The Pig Orchestra double album.

Luna Pan

Luna Pan

Luna Pan is a screen, advertising and game composer from Sydney, Australia. She studied piano and music theory for a decade from a young age, now armed with a Bachelor scholarship degree in Composition and Music Production from the Australian Institute of Music. Luna has created soundtracks for feature films, games and web productions. She was nominated as best composer in the 28th Sydney Film School Festival with two of her short-film compositions. She enjoys composing in a wide variety of genres and styles, as well as recording her own samples.

Cameron Giles-Webb

Cameron Giles-Webb

Cam has been involved in music for virtually all his life, in both studio and live performance settings. In his early career Cam worked with INXS and many other leading Australian artists.  He has performed as a multi-instrumentalist in bands in Australia, UK, USA and Asia, releasing several EPs and albums through various musical projects. In 2009 Cam co-wrote the Greek entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, which was performed by Greek popstar Sakis Rouvas. In the last ten years, through Gusto Music, Cam has composed music and created sound design for countless television commercials in Australia and Asia, and has composed music for three seasons of the award-winning drama series Satisfaction.

Colin Simkins

Colin Simkins

Colin's early tuition of classical and jazz piano and trombone has enabled him to compose in a wide variety of genres and styles. He has collected several accolades including APRA screen award for best Theme for a TV series for 'Satisfaction', nomination for APRA screen award best theme for 'Tomorrow When The War Began' and MADC award for best use of original music for Victoria Tourism Grampians 'space to think'.