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.
He is a leading figure in London’s nightlife scene, having launched a stream of influential brands and collaborations exploring identity, sexuality, and diversity. Leading dance music magazine DJ Mag noted ’Warboy remains one of alternative clubland’s greatest forces who is constantly ahead of the curve’.
He played a key role developing the new direction that landed superclub Egg London awards for 'Best Large Club' 2017 and inclusion in DJ Mag’s Top 100 Clubs for four consecutive years.
His work has been featured on TV, radio, online, and in print 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 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 also chaired the Promoter Roundtable at Inferno Summit 2019 supported by Arts Council England.
He composed a short electronic operatic work commissioned by Scottee & Friends Ltd for Camden Alive in 2019, which was performed live on a council estate and then at The British Museum, London. The duo are currently composing a full length electronic opera that is inspired by London’s underground nightlife and explores the struggle for creative voices to survive in 21st century Britain.
He is founder of Another Brainchild, a creative development company focused on developing new ideas and talent.