Richard Bond is an award-winning director of commercials, music videos, television and film. He has won a number of awards in his career, including a D&AD Pencil, a Cannes Lion and a Clio.
Richard was born in London in 1968. He studied Fine Art and Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. After graduating, he began working in the fashion industry as a freelance photographer and graphic designer.
In 1999, Richard decided to pursue a career in directing. He found a job at RSA Films in London, where he worked on music videos and commercials. His early work impressed the industry and he soon began to win awards for his work.
In 2002, Richard was asked to direct his first feature film, 'The Beat That My Heart Skipped'. The film was a success and was nominated for 11 César Awards in France.
In the years since, Richard has directed a number of successful films, as well as commercials for some of the world's biggest brands. He has directed several commercials for Apple, Nike, and Coca-Cola, as well as videos for major recording artists such as Madonna, U2, and The Rolling Stones.
Richard has also worked extensively in television, directing episodes of 'The Tudors', 'The White Queen' and 'The Night Manager'.
In 2016, Richard directed the feature film 'The Limehouse Golem', which was nominated for a BAFTA.
Richard's work has been praised for its visual style and inventive use of camera techniques. He is known for his creative use of colour and his ability to bring out the best in his actors.
His work has been recognised with numerous awards, including a D&AD Pencil, a Cannes Lion and a Clio.
Richard Bond is an acclaimed director whose work is praised for its visual style and inventive use of camera techniques. He is one of the most celebrated directors of commercials, music videos, television and film.