James Currie has worked in the film industry for nearly three decades as location recordist, sound editor, mixer and sound designer. He has worked on seven films with Rolf de Heer including Ten Canoes, Alexandra's Project, The Tracker, The Old Man Who Read Love Stories, Bad Boy Bubby, Incident At Raven's Gate and Dingo for which he won an AFI award for Best Sound Track in 1991.
Sound designer on 26 productions, he has also worked extensively with filmmaker Paul Cox on films such as Lust Aand Revenge, Father Damien, the recently released The Diaries Of Vaslav Nijinsky and Innocence, for which he won the IF Award for Best Sound Track. He also won an AFI Award for Best Sound Track for The Lighthorsemen, and the Golden Clapper Award for Artistic and Technical Excellence at the 1993 Venice Film Festival for Bad Boy Bubby.
James Currie was instrumental in developing the binaural sound system used on Bad
Boy Bubby, and is highly regarded within the Australian film industry for working
on productions that test the boundaries of cinema sound.