Ryan Brady is a digital artist, multi-instrumentalist, and award-winning composer for TV/Film and media. He currently writes music for several production companies and music libraries, and has composed custom content for a variety of shows on NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, USA, Discovery, ESPN, TLC, A&E, PBS, MTV, VH1, Bravo, Style, E!, FX, Oxygen, Esquire, Spike, TNT, Travel Channel, Military Channel, Netflix, and The History Channel. Ryan's work was recently featured in NBC's coverage of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games, FOX's 2016 "NFL Kickoff" and Netflix's Emmy nominated series "Chef's Table."
In addition to actively composing for TV/Film, Ryan has licensed work in a number of other mediums. From radio and commercial advertisements to internet podcasts and mobile apps, his roster of clients runs the gamut and ranges from local businesses and entrepreneurs to corporate moguls like Chevrolet and Google. While his work has received extensive airplay in the U.S., he has also been broadcast internationally on networks in Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Columbia, Japan, Malaysia, Australia, South Africa, Sweden, France, Finland, Switzerland, Austria, the Netherlands, Czech Republic, and the United Kingdom.
In 2003, Mr. Brady was selected by the late Elmer Bernstein as a semi-finalist in Turner Classic Movie's Young Film Composers Competition. Having been exposed to a wide array of musical genres in his youth, Ryan is known for his musical eclecticism and ability to quickly compose moving production tracks for visual media. He currently lives in Boston with his beautiful wife Keri, in a home full of studio gear and music scores.