The Team

Over 25 years in media and communication means we've had a lot of time to learn from our mistakes...

Joe Pélissier
Managing Director

1. Creative /  business background?

I come from a 200 year-old theatrical family. I resisted the temptation to become an actor and instead started my career in the film industry. I’ve worked on documentaries, commercials and film / tv drama. This included a spell at John Cleese’s video training company, Video Arts. I then moved into multimedia, digital media and consultancy. Pélissier brings together my knowledge of media and communication to help brands create a demand for their services

2. What do you enjoy most about your work?

Meeting and working with so many different clients, the chance to learn about what they need help with and the opportunity to come up with an approach that will work.

3. City or Country?

I’m a Londoner born and bred, but fortunate to spend time in rural Gloucestershire.

4. When you‘re not working?

I’ll be found walking in the Western Scottish Highlands. Perhaps, drinking a dram or two…

5. Your favourite film? 

Billy Wilder’s ‘Some Like It Hot’ – there are very few films you can watch repeatedly and enjoy each time.

Email:joe@pelissier.co.uk

Igor Boskov
Creative Director

1. Creative /  business background?

After graduating from Central St Martins, I learnt my craft working at John Cleese’s Video Arts and then at Monty Python Pictures. Firstly, editing a pioneering medical series written by Graeme Garden and then assisting film editors working with Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Eric Idle and Terry Gilliam.

2. What do you enjoy most about your work?

Getting to someone’s core and telling their story in a way that pleasantly surprises them (lots of people don’t know how amazing they are). Creating a voice for a brand that is consistent and clear.

3. City or Country?

I’m from Skopje, the capital of Macedonia so I’m from the city. However, whenever I am in London I miss Hampshire…and the other way around!

4. When you‘re not working?

Weekends are a great chance to reflect and be more introspective about bigger issues.

5. Your favourite film? 

‘Once Upon a Time in the West’ – from the moment that Woody Strode enters the station ticket office with Jack Elam and Al Mulock we know we are in for a cinematic treat of peerless visual framing and masterful sound effects.

Email: igor@pelissier.co.uk