A BAFTA award-winning composer/music director, Jim Bonney creates in a wide variety of musical settings. His concert works been performed in over 25 countries, with ensembles as large as 1,400 musicians, located in venues ranging from New York City's Carnegie Hall to the Great Wall of China. He is an award-winning audio director and composer of numerous video games, including BioShock Infinite and Mortal Kombat: Armageddon. He has created music for toys in Burger King kid's meals, as well as collaborative videos with NASA, and has also scored numerous trailers, short films, documentaries, commercials, and television programs, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Chicago Hope, and The Weekenders. Jim completed the University of Southern California's Advanced Studies program in "Scoring for Motion Picture and Television", participated in the ASCAP Film Composer's Workshop, and graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Music with a double degree in Classical Guitar Performance and Audio Recording Technology.