Bronwen composes and orchestrates music for film and television. She has composed the scores for many documentary films that have been screened on PBS, including "Sisters Of Selma" and "Roots In The Sand" by Jayasri Hart, "Good Kurds, Bad Kurds: No Friends But The Mountains" by Kevin McKiernan and "Pictures From The Old Country" by Susan Marcinkus. Other films currently in distribution are "Art Colonies In America", "Con Brio", "The Amazing Normal Story", "The Stonecutter", and "Ophelia Learns To Swim". Her orchestration credits include "Sophie Scholl: The Final Days" (Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Film), "Perfume", "Blood and Chocolate", "Anamorph", "The Princess and the Warrior", "Iron-Jawed Angels", "The Cave", "Swimming Upstream", "One Hour Photo" and the theme for the TV show "Without a Trace". Bronwen has also written music for PSAs for The Centers For Disease Control, and industrials for the Educational Television Network in Los Angeles. Born in Australia, Bronwen received a classical conservatory education and was principal clarinetist with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and the State Opera Orchestra of South Australia before becoming a full time composer.