Founder, writer and producer of Crafty Lion Productions. Born in the UK, Caetlyn has been writing creatively since 1990 and has spent the last decade specialising in screenplays and audio plays. In 2008, she graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Media Arts. Her love for sound blossomed in 2008 when she began working as sound editor for several short films. There, she specialised in sound design and has since created several audio projects from scratch. She grew up in a Chinese household and is the ideal choice to narrate our Chinese poems. A classically trained musician, she also composes several soundtracks and is the main sound designer for our projects.
A nonsense poem about the romance between an owl and a cat. Read by John Martin Music by Caetlyn McLean
What better way to relive Earth’s history than to take a journey through time, listening to each of the time eras as if you were really there! Created by Caetlyn McLean Background Music by Paul Danger McLean Journey Through Time is a project 13 years in the making!
A young mountain lad, mounted on a small mountain pony, rides out with the experienced stockmen in pursuit of a runaway horse. Because of his size and the size of his pony, he is first ridiculed but when the wild bush horses take to the wild and rugged mountain tracts, he and his pony grow in stature. Written by Banjo Paterson Read by Damian Rieck Crew: Sound Design by Caetlyn McLean
This podcast tells the story of a monstrous beast called Nian and how the Chinese New Year celebrations began. Read by Paul Danger McLean Sound Design by Caetlyn McLean Music by Paul Danger McLean and Caetlyn McLean
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