Angela Little

Angela Little is a multi-award-winning screen composer from Sydney, Australia. Her first break in screen scoring was on Baz Luhrmann’s “Australia”, for which she composed additional music. She was also the singer and co-writer of the film’s end credit song, “By The Boab Tree”, which earned her an AFI Award nomination and multiple Australian Screen Music Award nominations. In 2015, she featured as a vocal soloist on Marco Beltrami’s score for “Gods of Egypt”, and composed the score for the AACTA-nominated documentary “Zach’s Ceremony”.

Little relocated to Los Angeles in 2018 to complete a Master of Music in Screen Scoring at the University of Southern California. There, she was mentored by world-renowned composer Thomas Newman, and was awarded the Alan Silvestri scholarship and the Joe and Alice Harnell Award. While in Los Angeles after graduating, Little composed for LA-based Hexany Audio, working on AAA game titles such as Tencent’s “Honor of Kings”, which earned her a Game Audio Network Guild (G.A.N.G.) Award and two Hollywood Music in Media Award nominations. In 2021, Little signed to the world’s largest independent music publisher, Peermusic.

Currently based in Australia, some of Little’s recent credits as composer include the AACTA-nominated documentary, “Everybody’s Oma”; “Never Too Late”; “Take My Hand”; “Streamline”; “Mistletoe Ranch”; “Swimming for Gold”; “Back of the Net”; “Faraway Downs”; “For The Girl In The Coffee Shop”, for which she won an Australian Screen Music Award; “Dive Club”, for which she was nominated for an Australian Screen Music Award; and “A Stitch in Time”, for which she was nominated for both an AACTA Award and an Australian Screen Music Award for Feature Film Score of the Year.