Eclectic Method is the name of an audio-visual remix act, originally formed in London in 2001 by Geoff Gamlen, Ian Edgar, Johnny Wilson.
They quickly developed Eclectic Method's audio-visual style into a live performance featuring video turntables (Pioneer DVJ-1000) - mixing the visuals and audio live. As a live act, they have travelled around the world playing hundreds of gigs in Asia, North America, South America, Europe and the Middle East.
After their early period, creating what were considered “bootleg” and “unofficial" video remixes, Eclectic Method were called upon by artists like Fatboy Slim & U2 and by film, video, and television companies such as New Line Cinema and Palm Pictures to create custom a/v remixes.
Eclectic Method (Johnny Wilson) opened the Dance Forest stage at the Virgin Mobile FreeFest in Columbia, Maryland on September 10, 2011.
- Johnny Wilson
- Geoff Gamlen
- Ian Edgar (No longer part of the group, since 2011)
Appearing in Copyright Criminals 
Eclectic Method appears as one of the featured artists on Copyright Criminals, a 2009 documentary film directed and produced by Benjamin Franzen and Kembrew McLeod examining the creative and the commercial value of sampling.
- Bootleg Video Mix CD-ROM (2002)
- MTV MASH (MTV Europe) (2003–2004)
- Santa Claus Conquers The Martians (Mixmasters ITV) (2003)
- Snake Worship Island (Audiovisualize DVD) (2004)
- We're Not Vjs DVD (2005)
- XL Recordings Video Megamix (2005)
- Fatboy Slim Video Megamix (2006)
- Take The Lead Remix (New Line Cinema) (2006)
- Freestyle Vs Scratch Movie Mashup Mix (Palm Pictures) (2006)
- U2 Remix (Vertigo & ZooTV) (2007)
- Faithless - I Won't Stop AV Remix (2007)
- The Tarantino Mixtape (2009)
- Eclectic Method Goes Phish (2009)
- The Colbert / Lawrence Lessig Remix (2009)
- The Wu Tang Mixtape (2010)
- robots (2011)
- The Apocamix (2011)
- Zombies (2012)
- Lasers (2012)
- The Dark Side (2012)
- 99 Problems in Film (2012)
- The Billy Murray Mix (2012)
- Fight Dub (2012)
- Monsters (2013)