Damian has worked in the audio production industry since 1996 spending 14 years at Stellar Sound in both their Glebe and Northbridge studios. In that time he worked with every Australian agency that existed, working on large brand campaigns for clients such as Qantas, Woolworths and Optus.

He has received numerous awards for his short film work including his work on three Tropfest winners, the largest short film festival in the world.

In 2010 he was lured to Song Zu in Singapore to head up their sound design team where he has since worked on local and regional TV and radio spots for brands such as Audi, Sprite, Canon, Adidas and Standard Chartered Bank.




Bass player for indie darlings “Hot Spoke” and talented songwriter in his own right, Junior Engineer Damian Enemark typifies Song Zu’s passion for music and sound. A JMC Academy graduate, Damian cut his post production teeth producing content for FBi Radio’s Documentary series “All the Best”.

Since joining the Song Zu team in March of 2012 Damian’s skills and passion for all things audio has only intensified, having been thrown into the deep end of a wide range of post-production projects from TVC’s and short films to television series and iPhone apps.

Damian continues to thrive in his position – at his standing desk – charming clients, and steadily wearing down the studio’s reserves of single malt whisky.




Laid back and easy going, Myles can take on the most challenging of sound design briefs with charm and good-humoured ease. A musical background coupled with a passion for film sound led Myles to Song Zu after graduating with Honours from the Australian Institute of Music.

He plays an integral role as part of the Song Zu team who have sound designed television series like Soul Mates for ABC/NBCU and Here Come The Habibs! for Ch9. Myles has won a number of radio sound design awards in both the Sirens and Award for his work with Eardrum.

An accomplished voice actor, you may recognize his voice in some commercials such as the recent Navy, ‘What Will You Bring?’ TVC.

You can find him working away in Song Zu Sydney’s Studio 3, if he’s not hanging out with his family or down at Mona Vale surfing.




Abby has been Song Zu Sydney’s sound supervisor for over 15 years. In that time she has worked closely with producers, composers and creators to manage, sound design and mix numerous TV series like Soul Mates for the ABC/NBCU, Here Come The Habibs! for Channel 9 and tele-features Ganja Queen, Sick and Hammer Bay for HBO and MTV.

She has worked on local and international award winning feature films – King Kong (Academy Award winner) for Peter Jackson, Men’s Group (IF Best Film) for Michael Joy and 35 Letters (Sydney Festival Best Documentary) for Janine Hosking. Her work has been nominated for Australia Screen Sound Guild and APRA Screen Music awards.

She has also had an impressive career in advertising, working in both Singapore and Sydney on campaigns such as Qantas, Smirnoff, Sony, and Coca Cola to name a few. Many of which have gone on to win Cannes Lions, London International Awards and Clios.

A former violinist, she brings a musical ear to all she does. Passionate about innovative sound experiences, Abby has been working with VR audio developers experimenting with techniques to create 3D sound. She also contributes articles for designingsound.com.




Simon joined Song Zu in 2000 and has since worked on numerous high-end TVCs, becoming one of Australia’s most awarded Sound Designers, having won every major sound design award from Gold Clios, Cannes Gold Lion’s and even the Centenary Medal for services to Australian film production.

An ex-professional race car driver, Simon has long been considered the go-to guy in Australia for all auto related sound design spots, specializing in location recording to get the authentic sounds he needs.