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Vince Pizzinga started his apprenticeship at the prestigious EMI Studios 301 in 1993 and began working as a freelance writer, arranger and producer in 1998. A student of classical music, he combines his technical prowess as a producer and recording engineer with his creativity as a composer. He was commissioned to write all the orchestral arrangements for Delta Goodrem’s “Visualize” sell-out national stadium tour in 2005, as well as writing scores for artists including Michael Bolton, Emmy Rossum & Tommy Wallach. He has also worked as touring Musical Director for Danielle Spencer, producing her critically acclaimed debut album 'White Monkey'.

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Vince’s songwriting came to the fore in 2002-03 with the success of his many collaborations with Delta Goodrem (Sony/BMG), and in particular the song INNOCENT EYES (No1 & 2 X Platinum - ARIA) which was the title track of her record breaking debut album. It achieved a staggering 14 X Platinum sales in Australia alone and three and half million sales worldwide. In 2004, The song earned Vince & Delta two coveted APRA Award nominations for "Song Of The Year" and "Most Played Australian Work". In January 2011, ARIA named “Innocent Eyes” the “Album Of The Decade” for the highest number of sales of any album in Australia since 2000. In 2013 “Innocent Eyes” was named the most successful Australian album ever in the thirty year history of the ARIA chart, claiming the highest number of  weeks at number one for any Australian album.

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Vince moved his home and studio to Los Angeles in 2006, and joined Sandy Roberton at Worlds End Management. During his time there he has has worked with artists including Delta Goodrem (Sony), Emmy Rossum (Geffen), Michael Bolton (Sony), Natalie Imbruglia, Tommy Wallach (Decca), Ashley Tisdale (Warner), Charice (Warner), Snow Hill, Danielle Spencer, Tove Lo & Oh Land. Film & TV Credits include “Aliens In The Attic”, “May In The Summer”, “Confetti”,  ‘Enchanted Kingdom’, “Stalker” (CBS). In 2015, he completed producing an album for the legendary Stax label (Concord Music Group) with David Field.