Ian Bonhote's career has earned him credits spanning commercials, music videos and short films as well as co-founding the production company Pulse Films with fellow producers Thomas Benski and Marisa Clifford. He first became introduced to film as a child actor. He was an active performer from age 7 to 18, then, he picked up a camera and began experimenting with projectors. His earliest work was featured in the underground London club scene of the time (Blue Note) and subsequently, pioneered the revival of the VJ culture. As a director, Ian has created campaigns for Puma, Nike, WalMart, the COI, Observer, as well as promos for Mumford & Sons, Morcheeba, Jamie Cullum, Josh Wink and Tom Jones, amongst many others. He has also directed a number of fashion films for designers and labels including Chloe, Matthew Williamson and Forevermark. He has extensive experience working with entertainment and sports celebrities, including Tiger Woods, Blank Vlasic, and Thierry Henry.