Ariane Campbell is a creative artist from, Sydney, Australia. A long term resident of New York City, Ariane is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Art.   

Ariane has written songs for Bondi Ink TV, Fremantle Media/ Channel 11, ABC (Australia), ABC (USA).and BBC America.

Campbell collaborates and records with Sarah McLeod (The Superjesus), Jeff Martin (The Tea Party), Koritni (Bad Reputation), and has performed venues including:

SYDNEY: The Basement, The Annandale, The Factory Theatre, Oxford Circus, The Bridge Hotel, Candy's Apartment.

MELBOURNE: The Greyhound Club, Noise Bar, Whole Lotta Love Bar, Bar Ouzzo and Cherry Bar.

NEW YORK: The Divine Cafe, Lucky Jacks, American Trash, Zebulon, The Knitting Factory, Bowery Electric and Pete's Candy Store. 

Ariane is the front woman, vocalist and guitarist for Sydney rock outfit Roses For Jack, established by Campbell in 2016. In their first year, Roses For Jack successfully toured the East Coast of Australia, received good press in The Brag, The Music and LOTL Magazines, were nominated for two Australian Independent Music Awards at the Enmore Theatre for songs written by Campbell; "STOLEN HEARTS" and "IF LOVE WAS A FOUR LETTER WORD". Roses For Jack also released their first single "LIQUOR AND LACE" at Sydney's kicking rock venue Frankie's Pizza.

As a solo artist, Ariane has held several residencies, including: The Divine Cafe (NYC), The Basement (Sydney), The Exchange Hotel (Sydney) and The Oxford Circus (supporting Steve Balbi of Noiseworks in his new band Moon).

Campbell has released four songs independently: "UNTRUE" and "CRASH AND BURN" both Mastered at Sterling Sound in New York by Ryan Smith (Paul Simon, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi), and "SHOT TO THE HEART" and "BLACK MARKET MISTRESS" both recorded at Damien Gerard Studios, Sydney. 

Ariane was nominated for Song of The Year for a song she wrote with Sarah McLeod: "SUGAR COATED MISERY" and was a finalist for Singer/ Songwriter of the Year at the Australian Independent Music Awards, 2016.

Also in 2016,, Ariane supported The Troggs on their "Wild Thing" 50th Anniversary Tour. 

Ariane has recently completed recording her new album with McLeod as co-writer and producer and Mick Skelton (Baby Animals) on drums. The as yet untitled album is a collection of 10 tracks: Guitar driven and melodic, the songs are infused with the rock n roll stride, sound and spirit of influences Joan Jett, Chrissy Hyde, Hole, Garbage, Melissa Etheridge, Blondie and the Divinyls. 

Ariane has also appeared as an artist in "VEEP" (HBO), "WITNESS" (Channel 7, Australia) and "PRANKED" (MTV USA), as well  as being a thrice produced playwright and member of the Australian Writers Guild.

Campbell penned "DEFENCES" which enjoyed an extended season Off Broadway at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre (NYC) and was also performed at The Old Fitzroy Theatre and The Griffin Theatres in Sydney. 

"DEFENCES" won Campbell an Australian Writer's Guild Mentorship Award and was selected by Artistic Director David Berthold as one of six plays in the Griffin Searchlight Program, before being developed into the screenplay "PROVOCATIONS" and attracting actors John Jarratt (Wolf Creek, Django Unchained) and Kylie Watson (Home and Away, Lightswitch) who are set to star.  

Campbell's sardonic comedic play "WELCOME TO CENTRELINK HELL" was performed at the Newtown Theatre (Sydney) and her urban romantic play "DEEP IN IT" was produced Off Broadway at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre (NYC).

Ariane is currently in the mastering phase with her new album in Sydney. 

Her songs are available through all major online retailers through Fox Whiskey Records.  


Photographer: Carlo Fernandes

Musician: Ariane Campbell

Location: Zen Studios, Sydney, Australia.