Bosie has been making films, documentaries and television programmes for over 20 years for the BBC, Channel 4, Sky Arts, PBS, Discovery and National Geographic. His work covers a diverse range of subjects including science, art/design, music as well as wildlife and adventure and it has taken him all over the world.
Working primarily as a self-shooting director Bosie has found himself in many extraordinary locations and situations. In the last couple of years he has camped in a cave in Borneo for four days in search of rare wildlife, filmed historian Michael Wood in China for BBC2’s The Story of China, followed young black Americans tracing their cultural roots on a religious pilgrimage to Nigeria and followed scientists working on an erupting volcano in Hawaii. He has also shot/directed programmes on architecture, fashion, the development of modern music and the stories of the world’s most notorious art heists.
Bosie has lived in Brighton for over 25 years. He once worked as the council’s ‘Video Worker’ making films with disadvantaged members of the community. He has made a short film about Brighton’s enduring mod scene and has showcased the work of local artists and photographers.