Patty Bom is one half of performance art duo Shiny Shiny. She graduated as Valedictorian from the SAE Byron Bay Bachelor of Audio Production and continued to work as a VET teacher and Head HE tutor, specialising in studio production and music production for screen and radio.
Working alongside the Emmy Award winning team of Cate McQuillen and Hewey Eustace (mememe Productions-dirtgirlworld, get grubby TV) for the past 5 years patty has had the opportunity to don all sorts of hats from Project Manger for the dirtgirlworld Climate Carnivale (2012) to Production Assistant on the Get Grubby TV pilot (2014). She has also been involved in the audio post production of the dirtgirlworld online content and the live stream event on the ARIA’s red carpet (2016).
In 2016 Patty worked as the sound recordist on the pitch trailer for Pop Up Party People (ABC, mememe Productions) as part of the local Bangalow Six Sixty Production crew. Patty has most recently worked as sound recordist on the Get Grubby TV series (mememe Productions, 2017).
Patty has worked on local advertising campaigns in all aspects of audio production from sound recordist to composer to audio post production. These productions include the Byron Film online ad for the mobile app School Stream and the Friends of the Koala Society’s 2016 ‘FOK-tober’ awareness campaign.
In 2015, Patty also worked on the audio post production of Evan Malcolm’s documentary Uncle John.
Patty Bom is passionate about pushing the sonic envelope of music creation & experimentation and creating opportunities for women to learn all aspects of audio tech. Her company Shiny Shiny Productions with co-founder Melania Jack, has just launched an independent electronic music school in the Byron Bay Industrial Estate whose ethos is centred around accessible and inclusive access for persons.
Sound Recordist - Get Grubby TV, mememe Productions, ABC, 2017
Production Assistant - Get Grubby TV, mememe Productions, ABC, 2015
Age 35-44 years old
Membership Type Emerging Professional