Brady Ellis


Brady’s intense understanding of diverse music genres combined with his passionate drive for a fresh and innovative sound has made him one of the country’s most unique and sought-after composers for film, television, and video games.

Over the past twenty years, Brady has proved himself as an accomplished composer with an impressive body of work that can be heard on ABC, CBS, The History Channel, theatrical features, and video games as well as both national and international ad campaigns for AT&T, American Airlines, Novell, Circuit City, and Trivago.

Brady has also worked as a top-flight composer for world-class production houses including Non-Stop Music (a division of Warnell/Chappell Music) and Big Idea Productions.

Originally from Northern Virginia, Brady grew up exploring the east coast music scene from New York to Miami. Having earned his stripes as both a composer and live musician Brady was invited to tour with several major artists but opted instead to focus on his career as a music composer. After studying jazz piano at Shenandoah Conservatory, Brady earned a Bachelors of Music degree, with an emphasis on sound recording, from B.Y.U.