Hannah Bon was born in Japan and raised in Holland, the UK and Brazil and is currently based in Los Angeles. 

Her cinematic work is inspired by her Japanese heritage, bold colour, fashion, and surrealism and leans into an unconventional, strange, and sensorial world. Bon is able to toggle between eccentric tongue-in-cheek and subtle and visceral style. Constantly exploring new techniques to incorporate into her work, she's currently obsessed with 3D animation/modelling.

Bon has worked with Warner Records, RCA and Columbia Records and has recently directed music videos for artists such as Q, Ricky Montgomery and Isaac Dunbar.

Her film, Paired Flowers (組の花), received a Silver at the 1.4 Film Festival and her film, REPLICA, won Best Fashion Film at the Aesthetica Short Film Festival. Her work has been featured in publications such as PAPER, Hypebeast, Nowness, shots, Beyond the Short and Boooooom.

Bon speaks English, Dutch, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese.

Matthew Clyde, Managing EP at Riff Raff: “Hannah and I were late…to both of our meetings, after a series of WhatsApp’s, mainly containing ??? we eventually found our way to a coffee, twice. I knew from her website she was the right fit for Riff Raff, and once we sat at a table I was convinced. We welcome Hannah as part of our LA family bringing that rare sensibility of off-kilter cool that is both genuine and inclusive. Multi-lingual, multi-faceted, singular vison.”