Cross-pacific music and sound boutique Nylon Studios, with offices in NYC and Sydney, has signed composer Lydia Davies for global commercial representation.
“We’re always looking for emerging talent to continually strengthen our composition team. Globally, Nylon has a unique creative offering, so we carefully handpick composers that not only have outstanding ability, but the skills to craft music that tells a story. I’m extremely excited Lydia will be joining our team, yes because she’s female, but more importantly because her work has incredible merit,” said Australian EP Karla Henwood, in a statement.
As a talented composer and pianist, Davies work has been seen in major film trailers including a thrilling and sumptuous track for Warner Brothers’ highly anticipated live action feature Wonder Woman, which earned a nomination for a Golden Globe Trailer Award for “The Best Fantasy Adventure.” She also crafted the original music on the trailer for Walt Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, which smashed box office numbers with over $1 billion worldwide gross.
The signing of Davies further instills the studio’s female-led culture, with its NYC studio being led by Executive Producer Christina Carlo and Executive Producer Karla Henwood at the helm of its Sydney Studio.