Brodie studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on Tommy Smith’s Scottish Jazz degree under the tutelage of Mario Caribe, Julian Arguelles and Tommy Smith.
In a collaboration between the Edinburgh and Oslo Jazz Festivals in 2012, Brodie was one of three young Scottish musicians who were invited to Oslo to play with three young Norwegian musicians. He was also involved in a short tour around the United States playing with Trio Red, where they performed at the renowned Rochester Jazz Festival in 2015.
After he graduated Brodie played regularly with the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra and has played with musicians such as Steve Hamilton, Ryan Quigley, Texas and Tommy Smith. He now lives in Amsterdam and studies at the prestigious Conservatorium van Amsterdam where he has had the opportunity to learn and play with some of the leading Jazz musicians active today including, Frans van der Hoeven, Dick Oatts, Jasper Blom and Yaniv Nachum. This year he is competing in the final of the renowned Keep an Eye International Jazz Award with a band of his peers, where they will perform at the Bimhuis, Amsterdam.