RANRUN is an Australian studio dedicated to creative music and audio production for film, television and experiential campaigns. Founded by composers Ryan Walsh and Pete Jones, RANRUN works with brands, institutions and artists providing creative music and audio production for screens and speakers the world over.


Composer Ryan Walsh brings a unique musical sense and a wealth of compositional experience to work across film, television and the concert hall. Since 2010, Ryan has produced music for iconic brands such as Tourism Australia, British Telecom & Schweppes winning numerous awards including an Adfest Lotus and multiple APRA Screen Music Awards. Ryan’s work for the big screen includes Stan’s AACTA-Nominated feature The Second, Robert Connolly’s The Turning. Prior to returning home to Australia in 2019 Ryan spent 4 years based in Spain as a collaborator and music arranger for multi-oscar-nominated composer Alberto Iglesias, most recently contributing music to Pedro Almodóvar’s Cannes winning Pain & Glory with whom he has conducted orchestras at studios such as London's Abbey Road & Fox's Newman Scoring Stage in Los Angeles.


Music producer, composer and sound designer Pete Jones honed his audio-post skills behind the glass of the VO booth before establishing himself as an in-demand composer and sound designer. Relocating to London in 2010, Pete’s music has featured on campaigns for clients such as Mercedes Benz, Canon & Sainsbury’s as well as being featured across networks including Disney, The History Channel and the BBC. Pete has also produced a number of high-profile experiential campaigns including iconic London department store Selfridge’s Digital Falls AR campaign at their flagship Oxford Street location. Before returning to Australia in 2020 Pete most recently acted as associate music producer, arranger and (let’s not forget) session guitarist for Bandicoot's The Masked Singer UK.

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