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|1||Camouflage||10||Audio||2011-06-14||Not On Label (Garry Havrillay Self-released)|
Garry Havrillay lives in Melbourne, Australia and has worked professionally in radio with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation since 1984. His experience as sound engineer includes music recording (concert and studio), audio art, radio drama, documentary features, digital post-production, music editing and mastering, as well as on-air presentation and website development.
Since late 1980 he has been an active volunteer with Melbourne's highly regarded specialist music station PBS 106.7FM, regularly presenting programs until December 1998. The last of these was Continental Drift which ran for almost 10 years.
Garry is also an occasional musician, composer and producer. In late 2009 he completed a new CD in collaboration with Chris Basile under the name 'Open Circle Party'.
In recent years, Garry has taken up videography and DVD authoring, creating short features with original music and 5.1 surround sound design.
He has collaborated with artist and animator Annemarie Szeleczky on several of her videos, as both composer and in post-production. Their latest collaboration, "1956" was screened at the inaugural Human Rights Arts and Film Festival in December 2007.