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Benjamin Louis Brody is a composer and producer currently based in Los Angeles, California. Praised by AnEarful for his "...consistently stunning compositions filled with innovation and adventure..." his music has resonated across prominent platforms such as HBO, SHOWTIME, BBC Radio3, NYTimes, and WNYC.

His richly diverse background and distinctive sonic palette have fostered meaningful collaborations with musicians, filmmakers, and storytellers worldwide. Notably, Brody served as the lead orchestrator for Hrishikesh Hirway's score to director Drew Hancock's forthcoming feature film, Companion (New Line Cinema 2025). He has also collaborated with esteemed figures including Oscar-winning composer Elliot Goldenthal, Son Lux's Ian Chang, and internationally acclaimed choreographer Nicole Von Arx.

Recent highlights of Brody's scoring endeavors include the MAKE/FILMS documentary, Love Letters to Vietnam, directed by Sebastian Nieve. Brody's evocative score also contributed to the success of director Rodney Llarverias’ award-winning short, Tropicalía (Criterion Channel), which has graced prestigious film festivals worldwide, including Rotterdam, San Sebastián, and Guadalajara International Film Festivals. In addition, Brody collaborated with Sundance Ignite Fellow and Horizon Award Winner Zenzele Ojore on her powerful visual portrayal of the American South, The South Is My Sister’s Skin, now streaming on SHOWTIME.

In the realm of advertising, he played a pivotal role in Alibaba’s first ever US consumer positioning campaign, "Will Meets Way," produced by StudioLellow and directed by Andree Ljutica. Brody's music has further elevated Emmy Award-winning and nominated episodes of VICE News, as well as ad campaigns for prominent brands like Ritas: Anheuser Busch, Dropbox, and Women in Film (WIF).

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