British record producer, composer, music mentor, and actor based in Los Angeles, California.

For the last 20 years I’ve been running away from a normal life.

By getting out of my depth in anything creative.

I’ve composed music, produced records, played instruments, and pointed cameras at things.

My credits include:

Linkin Park, 50 Cent, Does It Offend You, Yeah?, The Faint, Naked & Famous, Sir Christopher Lee, Grand Theft Auto, Gran Turismo, The Sims, The A Team, Fast & Furious, Pixar, Audi, Barclaycard, Samsung, Gossip Girl, and several German cleaning product commercials I’d rather forget.

As part of the band Does It Offend You, Yeah? I was lucky enough to perform at Madison Square Garden, on late night shows, and at festivals around the world.

I founded an organization inspired by Andy Warhol’s Factory. My intent was to create a powerful, smart, diverse collective of countercultural voices. Since I wanted to shake culture, I named it The Rattle.

The idea spiraled into a multimillion dollar music company.

We helped to launch music careers, and helped innovative music tech makers form and fund companies.

After building the UK Rattle collective, I moved from the UK to Hollywood. Where I designed and built music production facilities in Charlie Chaplin’s old film studio.

My proudest professional moment to date, was when Wall-E (a character from one of my favorite films) danced to my music at the Academy Awards, in a specially created Pixar short introduced by Jennifer Aniston and Jack Black.

I’ve experimented with animation, puppetry, martial arts choreography, practical and digital special effects. Primarily to make striking images for emerging artists.

I feel I have been waiting decades for a serious countercultural music movement to emerge, in its absence I am re-training as an actor. Unless something changes, the next album I produce, will be my last.

Bobby x