As a composer for feature films, TV series, documentaries, dance and theatre productions, Charlie has myriad screen and stage musical credits. She has also been nominated for and won many industry awards.
- Charlie was awarded Best Music Performance at the Melbourne Fringe Festival
- Best Original Score – Non Feature Australian Guild of Screen Composers
- Won Golden Bear Berlin Film Festival
- Won AIMIA Best Website Entertainment
- Awarded International Achievement Award Innovation & Technology
- Nominated for APRA (Australian Performing Rights Assoc.) Awards for Best Music for a Television Series,
- Nominated for APRA (Australian Performing Rights Assoc.) Awards for Best Film Score,
- Nominated by Australian Guild of Screen Composers for Best Soundtrack Album,
- Nominated by Australian Guild of Screen Composers for Best Music for a Feature Film
- Nominated by Australian Guild of Screen Composers for Best Music for a Documentary
Charlie’s live concert appearances include the Sydney Opera House, State Theatre Sydney and Melbourne Town Hall.
ACCENTURE INTERACTIVE ORCHESTRA
KILLING TIME OPENING TITLES
KILLING TIME WALSH STREET
LOVE TO SHARE - FOOD
TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED - OPENING
TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED - SECRETS
ME MYSELF I - OPENING TITLES
ME MYSELF I - THE DATE
ME MYSELF I - THE DIAPHRAM
ME MYSELF I - TRAILER
CHINESE TAKE AWAY OPENING TITLES
ADDICTION OPENING TITLES
Television – Tales of the Unexpected
Tales of the Unexpected is a new strand of provocative, confronting and thoroughly entertaining science documentaries. Each episode reveals a fascinating, sometimes awkward and frequently unsettling world where peculiar ideas are put to the test.
Television – Love to Share
Love to Share Food is a new website and TV show for sharing recipes. Background Music and Theme by Charlie Chan.
Words for the theme song by Angela Catterns and performed by Janet Siedel. Screened on Channel 10. Theme brief was to create a song about sharing food with a Winehouse inspired backing.
Theatre – Voltage
Voltage, two fully-charged new dance works from extraordinary young Australian choreographers Larissa McGowan and Anna Smith.
Documentary – Persons of Interest
Persons of Interest, a four-part documentary series commissioned by SBS, will reveal the previously secret ASIO files of four Australians.
Television – Killing Time
David Wenham plays Andrew Fraser, one of Australia's most disgraced lawyers in the compelling true crime - drama Killing Time.
Charlie composed the soundtrack for the Killing Time television series.
Advertising – Newcastle Permanent
Theatre – Kaurna Palti Meyenna - Adelaide Festival
Composer - Opening of the 2002 Adelaide Festival.
Kaurna Palti Meyunna, the Opening Ceremony featuring Indigenous people from around Australia and South Australia, as well as representatives from Aotearoa New Zealand, the Zulu Nation of South Africa, Gyuto Monks from Tibet and the Zuni people from New Mexico. It sounds like it will be a majestic event, proceeding from the four outlying squares into Tandanyungga (Victoria Square) for a Spirit Fire ceremony and a dreaming named for an esteemed Kaurna ancestor, Tjilbruke.
The event involved nearly 80,000 people with performers and audience members participating in singing and dancing their way to Victoria Square. Charlie composed the score, wrote the songs and coordinated the complex musical program for the evening.
Documentary – Chinese Take Away
Documentary – Mystery of the Skull
Theatre – Treasured Island - Tas Dance
Television – Mcleod’s Daughters
Documentary – Persons of Interest
Documentary – Starting from Zero
Documentary – Stings, Fangs and Spines
Feature Film – Addiction
Television – Australian Story
The ABC Series title music composed and performed by Charlie Chan.
Documentary – The Last Warriors
Theatre – Body Talk - West Australian Ballet
Feature Film – Me, Myself I
'When I grow up' from Me Myself I becomes theme song for the USA National Womens Basketball League.