Colleen Montgomery,  Rowan University


The Sound and Music in Animation SIG aims to promote on research, scholarship, and creative work on sound and music in animation. The SIG seeks to advance a broad range of work on topics including, but not limited to, scoring practices, vocal performances, sound technologies, and popular music in animated soundscapes. The SIG is committed to providing an inclusive forum for scholars and practitioners to share their work and/or teaching materials, collaborate on new projects, and organize conference panels and other special events.


  • Erwin Feyersinger, University of Tübingen
  • Lisa Scoggin, Independent Scholar
  • Luigi Allemano, Concordia University
  • Michael Meindl, Radford University
  • Susan Ohmer, University of Notre Dame
  • Johannes DeYoung, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Paul Fletcher, University of Melbourne
  • Heather Warren-Crow, Texas Tech University
  • Matt Gidney, University of Technology Sydney
  • Elise Simard, Animator
  • Jack Parry, Deakin University
  • John Parry, University of the West England Bristol
  • Melissa Bouwman, Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences
  • Amy Kravitz, Rhode Island School of Design
  • Carolyn Elerding, Independent Scholar
  • James Middleton, Animator
  • Marc Russo, North Carolina State University
  • Debjani Mukherjee, Unitedworld Institute of Design, Ahmedabad
  • Diek Grobler, University of South Africa
  • Signe Kjaer Jensen, Linnaeus University
  • Merve Çay, Independent Scholar
  • Andrew Connor, University of Edinburgh
  • Max Hattler, City University of Hong Kong
  • Marco Bellano, University of Padova
  • Robby Gilbert, Rowan University
  • Tom Edgar, Cardiff School of Art and Design
  • Rachel Walls, Charles Sturt University