Gusto Studios are boutique media suites in Melbourne, Australia, with producers, engineers and composers who share a passion for creating music and sound design of the highest quality.
Specialising in both composition and post production, we believe that the creation of the two in harmony with one another can generate a profound sonic experience.
Based in the Cremorne, with 2 comfortable suites and a large lounge/meeting room, Gusto Studios is the ultimate place to work and relax.
Brigid has worked in television production for the last 15 years, both in Australia and Asia. Her detailed knowledge of the industry allows her to understand clients’ expectations and manage the production process as well as the business overall. Since co-founding Gusto in 2000, Brigid’s role has been in producing, marketing, and establishing strong relationships with clients. Brigid’s attention to detail and her exceptional organisational skills have held her in good stead to manage the business on all levels. Most importantly, Brigid brings an unwavering optimism and can-do attitude to the Gusto studios.
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. 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 as well as ABC’s Tomorrow When The War Began. In 2018 Cam released an album with Ambition Record/Sony 'A Jazz tribute to INXS'.
With an eclectic mix of classic music training through to album producing, Colin Simkins is a versatile member of Gusto. creating award winning sound design and imaginative compositions Colin began his career at the renowned Studio 301 where he worked with the likes of David Bowie and Bon Jovi, before working in the Australian music industry as a freelance engineer and producer. Colin then travelled to Asia and worked in the demanding Singapore Advertising industry for four years before founding Gusto Music in 2000. As an integral part of the Gusto team, Colin heads up the Sound Design side of the business as well as also composing original music. Colin's sound design awards include Award Award best Craft for 'Nike Keep The Ball Alive, MADC Gold award for 'Drumstick Summer Rituals and MADC Silver for 'Drumstick Summer Parade' and 'ANTA Keep Moving'.