"Warboy remains one of alternative clubland’s greatest forces who is constantly ahead of the curve" DJ Mag
Jim Warboy is a creative director and music producer with an extensive history of creating cutting-edge projects that develop and showcase emerging talent and ideas at the intersection of music, art, and fashion.
In 2022 he co-founded Temporal Shift, a creative studio that developing digital content and experiential projects.
He has been a leading figure in London’s nightlife scene, having launched a stream of influential brands, collaborations, and artists exploring identity, sexuality, and diversity.
He was Creative Director at nightclub Egg London, leading to an award for Best Large UK Club 2017 and inclusion in DJ Mag’s Top 100 International Clubs for four consecutive years.
His work has been featured by BBC; The Sunday Times; The Observer; Vogue; Harper’s Bazaar; i-D; Time-Out; Arte; DJ Mag; Mixmag; Ministry of Sound; Gay Times; Pop Magazine; and more.
He has curated many events including fashionable club nights; a champagne reception to open the 25-Year Anniversary of London Fashion Week; parties at Shoreditch House and for fashion brands including Linda Farrow, Basso & Brooke, and Harper’s Bazaar magazine, plus high profile music artists include Pulp and Roisin Murphy.
His notorious club project All You Can Eat was heralded as a pioneering multimedia fusion of art, fashion, music and technology by many respected publications.
Vogue identified his weekly club night Caligula as ‘London’s answer to Studio 54’
He has been a consultant for high profile clients including: Smirnoff’s 2018 TV and print campaign celebrating genderqueer and non-binary identities; Harper’s Bazaar; BBC Panorama; London Fashion Week; Britain’s Next Top Model; Don’t Panic.
He was an invited speaker on the Pride In Music panel at BMG Publishing 2019 and chaired the Promoter Roundtable at Inferno Summit 2019 supported by Arts Council England.
In 2021 he composed an electronic opera that was premiered at Tete-a-Tete opera festival in London. A previous operatic work, commissioned for Camden Council, was performed live at The British Museum, London.