Ian Dunsdon

In 2004, Ian Dunsdon created Dunsdon Entertainment with the objective of being involved in all areas of the film, television and music industries.  The company currently takes an active role in the development of various different feature film projects and recently expanded with Dunsdon Music Publishing.

Ian Dunsdon began studying the media and music industry as a young teenager growing up in the southeast of England.  In 1998, he attended Ramapo College in New Jersey, where he obtained a double degree in TV/Film Production and Music.  During his sophomore year, Dunsdon shot his third short film, becoming one of the few students enrolled in the college to shoot on 16mm film.  The following year, he became President of the Ramapo College Television Network.  His initial experience in the entertainment business was as an intern at ABC Television on Live With Regis and Kelly.  He also completed internships at Cherry Lane Music Publishing and Sony Music’s Automatic Productions.  Dunsdon participated in the film-producing program at UCLA, and later attended the Dov S-S Simens Film School at the Hollywood Film Institute.  Returning to New Jersey, he was a freelancer for a number of television shows and feature films as a Production Assistant and as Assistant to the Executive Producer on the Mark Twain Prize Live at The Kennedy Center.  Other credits include XXX: State of the Union, CBS’s Survivor, A&E’s Live by Request, NBC’s The Apprentice and various projects for MTV.  In 2003, Dunsdon produced, wrote and directed a five-minute documentary at the London Film Academy to support legislation to ban smoking from public establishments in England.