Born Singapore
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, composer
Instruments Vocals, Keyboard, Synthesizer, Theremin, Guzheng


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Yunyu is an award winning Australian musician, film composer and singer-songwriter originally from Singapore, now living in New South Wales.

She won Australia’s Triple J Unearthed in 2002 with the song “You are Expendable”, followed up with “A Prayer” a year later from her self-titled EP. Her music is mostly played on keyboards, pianoforte and synthesizers. Occasionally, when looking for variety, she will play the guzheng.

Yunyu is an alumna of the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) with a Graduate Diploma of Screen Music, taught by Martin Armiger, Christopher Gordon and Kirke Godfrey.

Yunyu won the Crystal Pine award for Best Original Score | Short Film category at the 2015 International Samobor Film Music Festival for her work on a hybrid documentary, inspired by Ted Egan’s folk song, “The Drover’s Boy”.


Yunyu is credited as music composer:

Eternal Return (2014) directed by Vedrana Music
Over The Hills And Far Away (2014) directed by Luke Marsden
The Drover’s Boy (2014) directed by Margaret McHugh
Legacy (2014) directed by Josh Mawer