Leah Curtis composes and orchestrates original music soundtracks and scores, collaborating with film directors, orchestras, choirs, choreographers, solo artists and game developers.



Orchestration and Music Preparation

Sophie Scholl (Original Score by Reinhold Heil and Johnny Klimek, Orchestrations by Bronwen Jones and Leah Curtis)

Curtis has contributed to A list Hollywood and International feature film scores and soundtracks as orchestrator. Credits include Sophie Schöll, Something Borrowed, One Missed Call and The Cave with Bronwen Jones for award winning composers including Reinhold Heil, Johnny Klimek and Alex Wurman.

Commercials and Documentary Film

"No Ticket to Travel" for Woodland (Dir. and Photo by Amit Gupta, Original Score Leah Curtis).

Curtis composes and produces music for major international campaigns. Recent work includes Woodland for Indian Cinema (2014 HMMA Nominee), communications for a major social networking company, and multi award winning Don's Voice, the wide reaching and affecting short documentary. The common thread is a strong storytelling vision through unique music that immediately captures its audience.

Original Film Scores and Soundtracks

Exitus Roma (Dir. Fawaz Al-Matrouk, Original Score Leah Curtis)

International Independent Cinema is where Curtis is most at home. In creating the musical life of a drama from her country of origin Australia, or creating the soundtrack for Middle Eastern, European, Indian and American Cinema, her classical training and diverse international experience informs a distinctly  enriched score for each film.  

Her work is known for blurring the line between artful dramatic score and capturing the music of a region and has been shown at festivals in Dubai, Cannes, and New York.