Ehud composes music and lives in London, England.
His work includes Hula Hoops and Dots & Rays (recorded by Riot Ensemble), Upload/Unplug - a contemporary dance show by Pell Ensemble (first performances at Southbank Centre and Rich Mix in London), Bertod and Agnes - an original play at National Theatre Israel, Euphoria - an original musical (Haifa Theatre), promos for Knowledge Network Canada, Glimmers - for live and recorded vibraphone and clarinet (performed by Rob Plane and Simon Limbrick at Sonorities Belfast 2018 and NAS Duo at St. David's Hall, Cardiff, 2019), arrangements for the UK feature film Jet Trash, Samba and Tears - contemporary dance (at The Place and Rich Mix), Eigen - a duet for bass clarinet and voice (at Wigmore Hall), Shift, Spin, Warp, Twine - contemporary dance (at Wilton's Music Hall), Marathon '33 - an American play by June Havoc (at Silk Street Theatre) and Festen, a play based on the acclaimed Danish film (at The Space).
Ehud also made music for Warner Bros., Knowledge Network Canada, Europe's Best, Working Title, Sony Pictures, Universal, The Rick Hansen Foundation, CocaLime and others. Awards for his concert composition and film work include the Young Composer Award at Beijing Modern Music Festival, the Jerry Goldsmith Award for best score in a short film at Úbeda Film Music Festival, Audience Choice Award at Park City Film Music Festival and the 2nd prize at the Berlinale Score Competition at Berlin International Film Festival.
Ehud has guest taught at the Architectural Association School of Architecture and Royal Holloway University and founded the composition programme at CYM London. He studied music at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Berklee College of Music.