Ned Beckley is an artist with a multi-faceted practice in which sound is the key material of communication and investigation. He has a diverse body of work that spans electronic performance and recordings, soundtracks and sound design for film and TV, installation, dance and various multimedia frameworks.
Building his unique sonic signature in composition and sound design for film, Ned crosses the sonic boundaries between electronic and acoustic productions. His work has been commissioned and published by The Australian Ballet, Warner Music, Netflix, ABC, Sony, National Geographic and Screen Australia. He has studied cinema at Melbourne University and worked at the National Film & Sound Archive, both of which have served to hone Beckley’s understanding of the synergy between film and sound.
His Past and current work has also involved production and playing live alongside international touring acts such as Jon Hopkins, Pantha Du Prince, Colin Stetson, Nightmares On Wax and Lapalux under the electronic alias LOWER SPECTRUM.