Eddie Saucedo aka EDdie Seven
AD-Campaign Designer / Photographer
We’d like to give a special thanks to Eddie Saucedo for his amazing work as a professional photographer towards all of our RSI Wreckon Events. Eddie Saucedo has been around since our very first show, LA Got Aloha in 2010, helping us find new and creative ways to promote our events. You might have even seen his work through our events promo videos and recap pictures. He helped coordinate a creative add campaign for our upcoming event, Ohana Tree, which is Cinco De Mayo themed. He did an amazing job promoting the “dress up” theme that we were trying to encourage and really captured the fun of the sombreros, mustaches, and ponchos. There will be limited prints available at the merch table of the event, and if you haven’t seen them yet we have them right here:
Eddie Saucedo with his company eddieseven archive has been a great addition to our movement, and we look forward to working with him for every event. To find out more about eddieseven archive read his bio below and check out the links.
BIO: My earliest brush with my arts was learning playing an instrument. I realized that being able to create something unique gave me a really great sense of accomplishment. From that point on, my life was guided toward other creative endeavors and even joined Analog Dive onstage as a DJ and backup vocals at many of their early performances. Performing onstage meant coming up with a stage name which is where EDdie Seven came from. Its a combination of my birth name Edwardo Saucedo and the year I was born, 1987. I began taking photographs as a hobby but that changed when some of my BMX friends started asking me to take pictures of them to submit to their sponsors. I realized that making a career out of photography would require sharpening my skills so I began courses at Santa Monica College. It challenges me to be around so many creative people “shouts to Suspend Magazine” whether musicians, action sports athletes (what up LAX fam!) or photographers and that drives me to create things that are different, unique and inspiring. I decided to keep the EDdie Seven name as my brand under which I introduce others to my artistic vision.