Eddie Brakha Artist 2
Born and raised in Hollywood, Eddie is the artistic partner of photographer/director Moshe Brakha, forming one half of the artistic duo Brakhax2. Eddie Brakha began his photographic and directing career in 2004. Since, he has written, shot, and directed national and international campaigns for some of the world’s most recognizable brands including, Martini, Motorola, Midori, EA, Tulamore Dew, Drambuie, Route 66, Bacardi, and more. He has also shot for multiple magazines including, Maxim, Newsweek, Conde Nast Traveler, GenLux and Emmy Magazine and he has worked with top celebrities and personalities such as Andre 3000, Christina Aguilera, Jessica Alba, Jimmy Kimmel, David Duchovny, Lydia Hearst, and others.
Passionate about giving back, Eddie has written and directed PSA’s for various organizations and causes including, Bamko’s “Care to Ask” initiative against child sweat shop labor, New Mexico’s “DOT” campaign against drunk driving and the “Pause Before You Play” campaign for Candies Foundation Teen Pregnancy Awareness Program.
In 2009, Eddie expanded his repertoire adding a number of new ventures to his name. He was the co-artist for the “Culver…Is That You?” (2009) Culver City Public Arts project. In 2010, Eddie, in collaboration with Moshe Brakha, completed a new and original project comprised of over 50 beautiful images interlaced with dialogue of poignant social commentary and critique, entitled Silent Pictures. The series was Eddie’s first foray into the fine art world and showcased the profound creative partnership between Brakhax2. In 2011-12, Eddie and Moshe followed up with a new kind of portrait series entitled New Economy, exploring the filter of today’s young artist and in 2014 they released Man Woman Faucet a series founded on the juxtaposition of man and his faucet. Eddie is represented exclusively by Buddy Joe for the Brakhax2 Studio.