Michelle Osis is a Toronto-based composer for Film, TV and advertising. She emigrated from Sydney Australia where she worked as a freelance screen composer, and has composed music on a number of award-winning films including, 'A Little Bit Behind' (dir Paul Slater), 'Let It Rain', and 'Bamboozled' (dir Matt Hardie).
More recently, Michelle scored the award-winning film 'Fake Blood' (dir. Rob Grant), and 'Knuckleball' (dir. Mike Peterson) co-composed with David Arcus. She also scored the feature film 'Juggernaut' (dir Daniel DiMarco) where she had the pleasure to work alongside Mark Korven, Neil Parfitt and Grammy award-winning musician Garry Kvistad, recording various instruments including Mark Korven's 'Apprehension Engine'.
Michelle was selected as one of the residents at the Canadian Film Centres Slaight Music Residency program chaired by Mychael Danna. She holds a Graduate Certificate in Screen Music at the Australian Film Television Radio School and Bachelor of Music in Composition and Music Production at the Australian Institute of Music.