Lecturers

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  • Daryl McKenzie

    Academic Lecturer

    Daryl McKenzie is a composer, arranger, trombonist and conductor. Daryl’s undergraduate studies in music were at the Victorian College of the Arts and North Texas State University. He holds a Master of Education (Music) from RMIT University.

  • David McLeod

    Academic Lecturer

    David McLeod’s rich and varied artistic career spans over 30 years as a singer/songwriter, band leader, session and backup singer and actor. As a recording artist he has released three albums and one EP covering jazz, blues, original songs and cast recordings.

  • Brad Miller

    Senior Instructor

    Brad Miller began playing the piano at the age of five and completed his musical training in orchestration, arranging and modern harmony through Boston's prestigious Berklee College of Music.

  • Sam Mudie

    Associate Head of Teaching and Learning

    Sam was a founding member of the nine-piece band Hipnosis performing, coordinating and arranging a wide cross section of music from in venues, corporate functions and weddings in a full-time capacity.

  • Meghann O’Neill

    Academic Lecturer

    Meghann O’Neill teaches videogame music courses at The Australian Institute of Music and Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Meghann composes music for games, the most recent being emergent stealth game, Wildfire.  

  • Bronte O’Neill

    Academic Lecturer

    Bronte Maree O’Neill is a performer, songwriter, producer and composer. With over 10 years of experience as a professional musician and artist, she has shared the stage with artists like Aston Merrygold, Paloma Faith, Guy Sebastian, Nico & Vinz and Hayley Warner. She has appeared as a session musician on TV programs such as X Factor, Sunrise and The Morning Show.

  • Dr. Mark Oliveiro

    Academic Lecturer

    Dr Mark Oliveiro is a graduate and distinguished alumnus of the Sydney Conservatorium, the College of Music, the University of North Texas and the School of Music of Indiana University. As well as working as an academic lecturer at AIM, Mark is a composer with diverse extra-musical interests including history, mythology and ancient literature.

  • Glen Phimister

    Academic Lecturer

    Glen Phimister is a highly experienced audio engineer who has worked with some of the greatest artists in Australian and international music. He started his career in the early 70s at London’s legendary Trident Studios, assisting a steady stream of major acts such as Queen, Elton John, David Bowie, and Harry Neilson.

  • Aaron Robuck

    Senior Instructor

    Aaron is an actor, writer, director, musical director, choreographer, producer and AIM graduate. Aaron’s credits as a choreographer include Into the Woods directed by Tyran Parke, Lucky Stiff directed by Barry Quin and most recently, Reefer Madness directed by Paul Geddes.

  • David Rogerson

    Academic Lecturer

    In a career spanning 30 years, David Rogerson has experienced every facet of the radio and media communications industry. He has seen action as a Group Program Director, a National Marketing Manager and Company Director. He was most recently the Group Director for Programming and Content at Grant Broadcasters.

  • Sam Rollings

    Academic Lecturer

    Sam Rollings is a guitarist and educator who has performed and recorded with a diverse range of local and international artists including James Morrison, Kate Ceberano, and Dan Barnett.

  • Scott Saunders

    Academic Lecturer

    Scott Saunders has had a remarkable musical career as a composer, performer, musical director, producer and educator.