Amy Jørgensen is an award-winning composer and pianist, based in Melbourne (Australia).
Amy's neo-classical style of music is emotionally-charged, harmonically rich and intensely cinematic.
Amy has written music for dozens of well-known TV shows, including beloved Aussie drama, Home & Away; children’s animations series Bluey; drama series Winners & Losers (which was nominated in 2012 as Australia's most popular drama series); reality series' Look Me in the Eye & Last Resort; and teen fantasy series Mako Mermaids.
Amy has written music for projects with Channel 7, The Nine Network, The ABC, SBS, National Geographic, Netflix, 21st Century FOX, Nickelodeon and The Disney Channel, and wrote music for the acclaimed and much-loved Playstation/Xbox spy game Agent A.
Amy worked with Hollywood film-maker James Cameron (Director of Avatar and Titanic) on the music score for his documentary, Deepsea Challenge 3D, which earned Amy an Australian Academy Award nomination for "Best Original Score".
On the big screen, Amy has composed and produced the scores for Early Winter (a Canadian/Australian Feature which screened at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival and the 2015 Venice Film Festival; Crime & Punishment (an Australian feature film adaptation of Dostoyevsky’s dark thriller); and Australian comedy feature, The Heckler, which had its premiere at the Los Angeles Comedy Festival in December 2014 and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2015.
Amy studied film music in New York City with The X-Files Composer, Mark Snow; and Elementary, Homeland and 24 Composer, Sean Callery.