NEW YORK CITY — Music and sound boutique Nylon (http://nylonstudios.com), which has offices in Manhattan and Sydney, Australia, has signed composer Lydia Davies for global commercial representation. Davies is a talented composer and pianist whose emotive compositions have been seen in major film trailers, including Warner Bros. live action feature, Wonder Woman. She also crafted the original music featured in the trailer for Walt Disney’s
Beauty and the Beast.
Her signing further instills Nylon’s female-led culture, with its New York City studio being led by executive producer Christina Carlo, and executive producer Karla Henwood at the helm of its Sydney location.
In addition to her trailer work, Davies has created cinematic tracks for L’Oreal, New Balance, MTV and Hugo Boss, among others. Australia-born, Davies is a classically trained pianist who studied at the Yamaha Music School from age five, rapidly elevating to the school’s exclusive composition program at the ripe age of six. Her perfect pitch and innate talent for music composition earned her a number of music scholarships and music and songwriting awards.
After earning a degree in arts, media and communications from Melbourne’s Monash University, she made her way to the US, studying film composition, film scoring and music composition at Boston’s acclaimed Berklee College of Music.