Diana Ward is a Los Angeles-based Australian producer that works under the name Darley Street Disco Productions.
Her first music video, Institut Polaire’s 'City Walls and Empires' was nominated for a WAMi Award for best music video. Since then she has produced videos for some of Australia's best known artists, including a host of Triple J Hottest 100 hits, such as 'Don't Fight It' by The Panics, 'The Lighthouse Song' by Josh Pyke and 'Heart' by Bertie Blackman. Diana was nominated for IF Award for best music video producer in 2011 for the John Steel Singers "Overpass".
Diana’s first funded short film 'Old War' screened on SBS in January 2010. The following two short films, the part animated and Bronze ACS-awarded 'Jailbirds' screened at festivals far and near and Metro Screen Breaks short 'Shelling Peas' premiered at the Brisbane International Film Festival. For three years in a row her shorts have screened at the St Kilda Film Festival.
She is currently producing her first feature length documentary 'Roller Dreams' and first feature comedy 'Dig Me'.