Turning Studios is a music composition and production house with facilities in Sydney, Los Angeles and New York. Taking a multi-disciplinary approach, our work can be seen in international brand commercials, the world's biggest cinema and streaming releases, and in theatre.
Elliott is a Composer, producer and Turning Studios founder and excels at the pressurized heights where contemporary music and film fuse. He’s as adept at bringing diverse artists – from Nas to Bryan Ferry – into sync with the complex demands of music-driven visual tours de force, as he is working on period needle drops and mixes, or composing traditional dramatic scores.
Wheeler has a unique ability to bring disparate personalities, talents, eras and idioms into coherence with an overall vision. That’s been honed in his work as composer and executive music producer with Baz Luhrmann – most notably on the genre- and era-defying The Great Gatsby, and Netflix sensation The Get Down, as well as projects such the Ship Song Project for the Sydney Opera House.
Elliott is the recipient of countless international screen composition awards and is now based between Los Angeles, New York and Sydney.
Emma is the General Manager and co-founder of Turning Studios. Her skill and passion for creation and collaboration has become her life's work having delvered hundreds of high profile projects across music, film, TV, stage and advertising over her 20 year career.
Emma’s professional career echoes her life-long obsession with music performance and music production. From a young age, she has studied a multitude of instruments, produced and engineered countless album projects and has constantly performed in live music and curated events and installations for local and international festivals.
She also has had a continuing career working with Aboriginal artists in remote and rural communities across Australia and founded her own charity, Signal Creative in 2017.
Jamieson is a Composer, Music Producer and Music Editor based in the USA. Spanning both the recording and film industries, Jamieson specialises in combining the two disciplines; creating cinematic, detailed arrangements in his productions for music artists, whilst bringing a nuanced understanding of popular music to his work in film.
While in New York, Jamieson worked on tracks for artists including; Nas, Grandmaster Flash, Christina Aguilera, Anderson Paak, Nile Rogers and Kimbra as well as producing the 2016 Nas and Michael Kiwanuka collaboration 'Black Man In A White World: Ghetto Gettysburg Address'.
Jamieson has been the recipient of several industry accolades, including two MPSE Golden Reel awards, in 2016 and 2017 for his work as Supervising Music Editor on Baz Luhrmann's The Get Down.