Bob Pipe is an award winning writer/director, producer and editor.
Bob has created content for the BBC, Channel 4, Sky Sports, ESPN, AOL, Huffington Post, Endemol, Samsung, BT, Sony, Magners, Children in Need and Arrow Films.
Bob has won awards for his short film The Monster (commissioned by Film London, available on Amazon Prime) and his web series The Day They Came To Suck Out Our Brains! (commissioned by ChannelFlip for YouTube).
Bob's background is in creating online content, specialising in comedy and has created virals with hundreds of thousands of hits.
In 2007, Bob co-founded ComedyBox.tv (which later became MySpace Comedy) at Warner Music, with comedy legends John Lloyd and Dan Schreiber. It was there he cut his professional teeth - producing, directing & editing hundreds of online comedy sketches with both established and up-and-coming comedians, including Jimmy Carr, Rhys Darby, Ricky Grover, Susan Calman, Sara Pascoe, McNeil & Pamphilon, Vikki Stone, Terry Mynott and Steve Mould.
Other notable producing/directing credits include an official Elton John music video, The Voice UK's comedy highlights show for BBC iPlayer, a sketch show pilot for The Comedy Unit (starring Sara Pascoe & Cariad Lloyd), a short film for Channel 4's Random Act strand, short films for BBC's Love to Read season and an episode of sitcom Marshal's Law for Loaded TV.
He is also responsible for the cult sketch & character comedy night; The Forgery Club.
See Bob's LinkedIn page for more detailed experience. More links to his work at bottom of page.
>>WATCH THE MONSTER ON YOUTUBE<<
Written & Directed by Bob Pipe
Starring Richard Glover, Helen George, Simon Cotton, Matt Slack & Tom Turner
Produced by James Wren
Music by Waen Shepherd
DOP Keidrych Wasley
Edited by Bob Pipe & John E. Turner
Funded by Film London
Created, Produced & Directed by Bob Pipe
Starring Warwick Davis, Nick Helm, Colin Hoult, Adam Richies, Gemma Whelan, Terry Alderton, Ricky Grover, Lizzie Roper, James Redmond and more!
Co-Produced by James Wren
Written by Bob Pipe, Phil Whelans & James Wren
Editing & VFX by Chris Lincé
Music by Waen Shepherd
WEB SERIES HIGHLIGHTS ABOVE
MINI-MOVIE VERSION ABOVE
THE VELVET ONION - Brains! interview
LOVE HORROR - The Monster interview
LOVE HORROR - MicroHorrors Interview
CASTING NETWORKS - FrightFest 2016 Interview with Brad Watson
LONDON PUB THEATRES MAGAZINE - MicroHorrors Interview
COMEDY CHORDS - Interview
SO IT GOES - Interview
THE WEEKLY MOVIE - Brains! review
SUCH SMALL PORTIONS - Brains! review
WEBVEE - Brains! review
HORROR TALK - The Monster review
THE MONKEY BREAD TREE AWARDS - The Monster review
A GEEK NAMED BOB - The Baby's Crying review
LONDONIST - Forgery Club review
THE VELVET ONION - Forgery Club review