John Bosch is a versatile producer, filmmaker, musician, writer, editor/sound designer/mixer based in Brooklyn, NY. In the 90s while in Seattle, he produced and directed music videos for Seattle-based bands, taught editing workshops, and performed with various musical entities.
After re-locating to New York in 2001, Bosch opened a full-service recording and post-production studio that has since been involved in dozens of film and music releases, notably Guy Maddin's "Brand Upon the Brain" featuring Isabella Rossellini. His credits include "The Project" (Audience Award 2008 Slamdance Film Fest), "Darkon: The Movie" (Best Documentary, 2007 SxSW Film Fest), and "John Wayne Hated Horses" (2009 Cannes Director's Fortnight).
In 2011, Bosch completed his genre-blurring feature documentary "A Wilderness of Mirrors", began producing a series of narrative shorts, and commenced writing two screenplays with co-writer, Geoffrey B. Trumbo.