Caitlin Yeo is a unique and versatile film composer. Since graduating with a Graduate Diploma of Screen Composition at AFTRS in 2003, Caitlin has scored 4 feature films, including All My Friends are Leaving Brisbane and the recently released Jucy, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival to sell-out audiences. She has also scored 18 TV documentaries including Feral Peril, Footy Chicks and The Matilda Cadidate, 2 documentary series and many short films.
On March 2011, Caitlin won an APRA Professional Development Award which included a coveted place in the ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop in LA.
In 2007, Caitlin won an APRA-AGSC Screen Music Award (Best Music for a Documentary) for her highly original score for Bomb Harvest, about an Australian bomb disposal expert in Laos. Caitlin was nominated again in 2008, this time for the documentary The Last Trimate and nominated for a third time in 2010 for her score for The Long Goodbye.
Caitlin has an eclectic and emotive compositional style. She has a diverse musical background having performed in rock bands, orchestras, gypsy bands and gamelan groups. She is an accomplished accordionist, flautist and pianist and spent her time during her bachelor degree at Sydney University focusing on 20th century composition and ethnomusicology.
Caitlin is currently working on a feature film and a documentary.