Kelly Ryall is an award winning composer and sound artist.
Recent work for Film: Lois (dir Alexandra Schepisi), One Night (dir Alexandra Schepisi). Sans Frontiers (dir Lushun Tan), Apocalypse Bear; Episode II (dir. Nicholas Verso)
Recent works for theatre include: The School for Wives (Bell Shakespeare) Macbeth (Bell Shakespeare), On the Production of Monsters (MTC), Disappearing Acts (World Theatre Festival), The Boys (Griffin/Sydney Festival), Return To Earth (MTC), And No More Shall We Part (Griffin), Julius Caesar (Bell Shakespeare), Die Winterreise (Thin Ice, Malthouse), Sundowner (KAGE), Save For Crying (Angus Cerini/Doubletap), Expectation (Arts House), The Trial (Malthouse, Sydney Theatre Co, Thin Ice), Dead Man’s Cell Phone (MTC), Love Me Tender (Company B, Griffin and Thin Ice), The Harry Harlow Project (Full Tilt), The Man With The September Face (Full Tilt), God Of Carnage (MTC) and One Night The Moon (Malthouse)
Awards: 2009 he received 2 Green Room awards; 2007 he received the Melbourne International Arts Festival Award; 2005 received a Green Room Award and Fringe Festival Award for outstanding composition and sound design.