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Nick Batterham

Nick Batterham is a musician and sound designer based in Melbourne, Australia.

As a songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist, his work has appeared in numerous film and television programs and commercials.

In the 1990’s his bands received international acclaim with releases on independent and major labels and extensive touring. The Earthmen were nominated for an ARIA award in 1997 for best debut album.

Since 2010, Nick has released six solo albums and two albums of original classical music from his award-winning collaborations with visual artist Rone.

Nick is a graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts school of film and television. His sound design and location sound recording have twice been nominated for an AFI/AACTA award. He has won best sound at Flickerfest twice and best sound in a documentary at the Australian Screen Sound Guild awards.

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