Russell Goldsmith is a multiple award winning Melbourne based Sound Designer, Composer, Producer, Sound Artist and Audio System Designer.

Russell Goldsmith is a multiple award winning Sound Designer, Composer, Audio Producer, Installation Artist, Audio System Designer and Educator. He has a diverse body of work in Audio Narrative, Theatre, Dance, Film, Television, Commercial and Radio Production, Live Music and Installation Art.


In addition to his successes as a leading theatrical Sound Designer, Russell has been involved in a number of “cross-platform” works including major commissioned works for Australia Expo Dubai 2022, White Night Melbourne in 2014, 2015 and 2016, “Aura”; the newly opened sound and light spectacular at Sovereign Hill in Ballarat, “Make Believe” at Melbourne Museum, and “A Packet of Seeds”, a 30 minute audio narrative for the BBC London.


Among a myriad of achievements, he has received a Sydney Theatre Award and 7 Green Room Award nominations for his theatrical work, and was shortlisted for the 2012 Prix Italia for his sound design and composition for ABC Radio National’s adaptation of “A Woman in Berlin”, which also won a bronze medal at the 2012 New York Festivals Radio Awards.


In March 2009, Neil Armfieldʼs production of “Exit the King” opened on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. This production marked Russellʼs Broadway debut. Russell was subsequently nominated for a Tony Award for his Sound Design for his work on this production.