Angela Grant is a Melbourne-based sound designer and engineer. She is a graduate of the School of Production, the Victorian College of the Arts, majoring in Sound Design. Angela has designed sound for various disciplines such as theatre, dance, puppetry, radio, film, animation and also site specific sound installations. Her passion for immersive multi-channel sound and its powerful effect on the listener has allowed her to create many intriguing electroacoustic soundscapes.
Currently, she’s a sound engineer at ABC Radio National and ABC Audio Studios, involved in radio features, drama and podcast productions in addition to various freelance projects.
Angela’s designs include radio drama and poetry for ABC Radio National; an animation, The Show by Rebecca Hayes (Melbourne International Animation Festival at ACMI); sound art performance; Pandora’s Box, co-designed with sound artist Ros Bandt (Quiet Music Festival and Music Extravaganza South Surrey Park); mixed media installation; A Good Death (Next Wave Festival); Images of Home (a community cultural development research project funded by VicHealth; theatre works Suitcase and the Storm and Wanderlands (St Martins Youth Arts Centre), Dispatch (Forty-five Downstairs, Under-the-Radar Brisbane festival, Adelaide ASSITEJ Festival), and Sinners (La Mama Theatre). A sabbatical in 2014–15 took Angela to Bangkok. There, she was appointed sound designer at Kantana Sound Studio, where she worked on feature films including I Fine … Thank You Love You and Inside the Girls.