Over the past decade and a half, Boboshin has excelled in the process of editing countless projects that include, but are in no way limited to: feature films, television shows, music videos, and commercial productions. Thus far, Boboshin has specialized in perfecting commercial productions. He was the lead editor for television advertisements for Nike, featuring famous World Cup Ukrainian soccer player Andriy Shevchenko, and several spots for IKEA and American Express. Boboshin was also the lead editor for three commercials and a music video for Coca-Cola’s “Open Up” campaign. Reaching a national viewership matched only by events like the Super Bowl and the Academy Awards, Coca-Cola originally began running the campaign during the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Over the course of his career Vladimir Boboshin has contributed to multiple award-winning projects including the IKEA commercial “25 Years,” which received the prestigious Gold Award at the ADCR Awards in Russia. Another IKEA commercial Boboshin lent his unsurpassed editing skills to, entitled “Everything Into Home,” took home the Gold Award at the Melbourne International Animation Festival.
While he specializes in productions in the advertising world, Boboshin has amassed an extensive list of work in the film and television industry as well. Nearly all of his work has received international viewership, one such project is Disney Channel’s TV series Pass the Plate. Hosted by Brenda Song from The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, the show is a multi-cultural program that aims to increase healthy lifestyles among children. Boboshin has also been involved in cutting-edge projects, such as the first 24-hour music video for Pharrell Williams’ “Happy”.
Chances are that you have seen the work of editor Vladimir Boboshin without even knowing it. Often times the spotlight is stolen by the faces on the screen when it comes to world of film and television; however, without the people behind the cameras these productions would never see the light of day. Boboshin is one of the people that productions base their foundations upon.
As an editor Boboshin is a true artist. With a great love for the craft that has made him so successful, he often contributes to the community of less experienced and aspiring editors by lending guidance on how to manage specific tools of the trade through webinars on websites like Moviola.com.
Vladimir Boboshin has proven throughout his career that he has the creativity and precision to command the attention of audiences across the world. Boboshin stylizes each project he delivers with a seamless and symbiotic relationship of sound and sight, and he has proven that his craft is one that will endure the test of time.