About Us

Why is bo here?

We believe great video can spark imaginations and inspire students, whatever they’re studying, wherever they are. Just like Buddha found enlightenment when he sat beneath the bo tree.

What do we do?

boclips makes it easy for education providers to find, license and use video content from some of the largest and most respected content owners in the world.

How do we do this?

We’ve developed technology that scans thousands of hours of video content to find the best matches with topics taught in the classroom. These clips are then verified and refined by our panel of teachers to make sure they are accurate and relevant.

Where's the catch?

There’s no catch. With our content partners, we’ve designed a single rights and pricing model that recognises the specific requirements of education providers.


We’re learning too. boclips is a living creature, always changing and adapting, so if you have any ideas on what we do and how we do it, we’d love to hear from you.

Our Services


It’s easy to find and license some of the best video content ever produced using the boclips.com website. Clips are mapped to global curricula and are available under a licensing and pricing framework specifically designed for the education marketplace


We can provide our partners with full backend access to bo content and metadata via an API. This can be to the entire library or a subset. Clips can then be dynamically streamed into our partners' products and services – i.e. into LMSs or flipped / adaptive learning solutions


We can white-label our entire platform as an off-the-shelf digital asset management solution or as a platform that can be distributed directly to schools


Our Creative Services team provide full video origination and post-production services. Clients provide a brief for a video-based learning object and we do the rest

Management Team

David Bainbridge Founder & CEO David has deep experience in marketing and sales within corporates and bringing new media products to market. Prior to Knowledgemotion, David was the CEO of Elvis Communications, the Launch CMO for Intel’s IPTV offering in the US and was responsible for bringing the BBC iPlayer to market in the UK. He has sat on the Executive Boards of Freeview and Digital UK and was part of the original Channel 5 launch team. Knowledgemotion is his second start-up after successfully launching and exiting an interactive TV business in 2005. David has a BA in American Studies from Manchester University.

Zoe Moore Content Director Zoe has over 15 years of experience working with archive and stock footage, gaining experience with a variety of collections including the BBC, ETV and British Pathé, where she most recently worked as Business Development Manager working across the international education, broadcast and corporate markets. Zoe was at BBC Worldwide Learning department from its conception, working exclusively with the education market for over five years. Her responsibilities included all UK-based operational activities, managing the team in sourcing and delivering content, and providing rights expertise to an international client base. She was also in charge of identifying third party collections suitable for acquisition, all aspects of contract negotiation and the assimilation of new content into the BBC Worldwide Learning library.

Tod Lockard Chief Commercial Officer Tod Lockard brings to Knowledgemotion strong B2B, SaaS and Enterprise client and product development experience obtained from nearly 20 years of high growth technology & commercial experience. His leadership for multi-national start-ups and blue-chip companies included senior roles with American Express, HSBC and Sabre and his track record in growing technology start-ups has seen an IPO and several successful mergers and acquisitions during his career. Originally from Silicon Valley, Tod and his family are now located and living in the London area.

Avron Olshewsky Chief Technology Officer Avron is an entrepreneurial technologist with a background in server-side telecommunication software engineering, hailing from Cape Town, South Africa. Since 2006, he has worked as a founder, advisor and consultant to technology start-up companies and small businesses, and has over 20 years of commercial software engineering experience, developing and leading innovative software solutions. In addition to advising funded spin-off start-ups on technology viability, architecture, specification, resources required, funding and roadmap, he has also been involved with long-established companies such as T-Mobile, Motorola and IBM in various engineering capacities. Avron completed an MBA at one of the leading South American business schools, Coppead, UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Nicholas Esdaile Creative Director Nick is a Creative Director specialising in branding, design and film production. Formally Lead Creative in marketing and promotions at Channel 5, Nick then formed his own company providing creative services in television and commercials, helping clients develop and originate brand identities through to writing, producing and directing award winning short-form films and video content.

Ed Kendall Corporate and Business Development Executive Ed is a recent Cambridge graduate with wide-ranging experience in film, publishing and education. He has worked as a screenwriter, director and producer on a number of film and theatre projects and has been involved both in an editorial capacity at the St John’s Eagle and in a marketing position at Carcanet Press, with a particular focus on social media and digital profiles. In December 2014, he started up Flunc Ltd., a digital app-based company producing simple game designs to promote big brand identities and events.

Gary L. June Advisor Gary June is a media professional with deep roots in digital transformation. He is a founding member of the Hatch Group, a firm that works with a broad portfolio of technology companies. Prior to that, he was Global CMO for Pearson Education, CEO for Dorling-Kindersley, CEO for Pearson Technology Group and had various leadership roles at Prentice Hall.

David Joseph Advisor Dave is a veteran digital media and technology executive. He most recently led Global Strategic Alliances at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, where he created partnerships with leading technology companies to bring digital instruction to learners around the world. He previously spent seven years as an Internet analyst at Morgan Stanley and held leadership roles at eBay and Audible.com (acquired by Amazon). He is an investor in and advisor to several startups and frequently presents at conferences and universities. He has a BA from NYU and an MA from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA).

Tim Moore Advisor Tim has delivered at a high level in professional, consumer, higher education, and international publishing and distribution, including developing programmatic digital online courses. He also has developed deep experience in editorial/product management, sales, high profile customer relationship management, and business development. Tim helped to build a computer/IT professional publisher from $5MM to $100MM in 8 years, started and built a business consumer - professional publisher from zero to $20MM in 7 years, and started a Business School Masters Degree online initiative that captured almost $10MM in the first year.

Evan Schnittman Advisor Evan Schnittman has over 25 years of digital and publishing experience. He held C-Level business development and corporate roles in a number of international businesses including CMSO at Hachette, MD of Global Sales & Marketing at Bloomsbury, and VP of Global Corporate & Business Development at Oxford University Press. He is widely known in the industry as a thought leader, speaker and writer on the key issues facing content companies in the digital world.

David Fairbairn-Day Advisor David was Head of Education Strategy for Promethean, working in the International Division that encompasses all but North America. He has worked with governments, corporations, funding organizations and NGOs, advising on and developing projects for the use of technology in the classroom. He has spoken at and taken workshops at many international conferences such as the Planet Earth Institute High Level Forum at the UN General Assembly, the ICTLT in Singapore, ULearn in New Zealand, several World Didac and BESA conferences, the International and Private School Education Forum and the UNESCO ICT in Education conference.