Early life and educationBedson was born in Coventry, United Kingdom and attended Solihull School. He attended Warwickshire College and attained an Art and Design Foundation Diploma in 1994 and recieved a B.A. (hons) degree majoring in Business studies with minors in American politics and Russian politics (one module where he achieved 1st grade) from Coventry University in 1997.  
CareerBedson started work during holidays as an assembler aged seven in his Grandfather's trouble light manufacturing business, B.S.P. Limited.  At age sixteen Bedson started work as a produce assistant at Tesco PLC supermarket in Stratford-on-Avon, where he was promoted to customer service assistant in his final year and became the branch's highest paid part-time worker.  Bedson left Tesco to work as shipping manager and briefly as a bookkeeper at Bedsons Limited while studying at University.  After graduating from University, Bedson was uninspired at the prospect of a life in bookkeeping and finance. In 1997 he left Bedsons became a web developer and game tester for his school friend, Simon Woodroffe's computer games company AdventureSoft Limted which later became Headfirst Productions run by AdventureSoft Publishing Limited.  
Between July 2002 and March 2003, Bedson worked as Northern European Sales Manager for IT book publishers Peer Information Limited, the holding company of imprints such as Wrox Press, Glasshaus and Friends of Ed. 
Between April 2004 and April 2007, Bedson worked as Marketing Manager for Sandler Seating, a restaurant and audience seating chair company in Bethnal Green, London while George Galloway was Member of Parliament for the constituency. 
Between 2011 and 2013, Bedson worked for over two years at Orange / Everything Everywhere as a top level Tech Support advisor in Plymouth. He also worked for Southern Water / Dyno-Rod for six months as a Dispatcher in Brighton. In 2013, Bedson joined Elwis and within three months of working there using COB (Chip-On-Board) LED disruptive technology, Elwis were able to buy back the assets and customers of Bedson's family business that he previously directed, eleven years prior. Bedsons had to appoint an administrator in September 2013 and was liquidated in 2015, the same year Bedson's Grandmother, Joan died. 
In March 2019, Bedson left Elwis after working there for six years as an International Sales and Marketing Manager, a few days before the Everipedia's new site launches.
Bedson Disk Jockey's chillout and world music at Whirl-Y-Gig and Whirl-Y-Fayre as "DJ Paygan"   and performed an opening set at the Glade Festival 2012 as "DJ Essaios".  He performed at the 2018 Whirl-Y-Fayre, 17th - 19th August in Glastonbury, Somerset. 
PoliticsBedson stood as a candidate for the ward of St. Budeaux in the Plymouth City Council Local elections of 2011 and 2012. He won 696 votes with 12.7% of the vote in 2010, coming 4th.  This improved to 579 votes and 17.4% of the vote in 2011 coming 3rd and helping UKIP beat the Liberal Democrat candidates.  He stood for the United Kingdom Independence Party, which assisted causing Brexit.  He later briefly joined the UK Labour Party but resigned when Jeremy Corbyn announced a change in policy to stay in a Customs Union with the European Union. 
In November 2009 Bedson conducted an amateur archaeological survey of the Aaiha plain in Southern Lebanon in coordinaton with Edmund Marriage of the Patrick Foundation. The survey was to analyse and photograph the remains of an archaeological site considered to be Hursag, later known as the Garden of the gods (Sumerian paradise) and the Garden of Eden, originally alledged by Christian O'Brien to be the first Neolithic human settlement. 
Bedson has since written several articles on the subject of Lebanese Neolithic Archaeology for the Association for the Protection of Lebanese Heritage magazine "Of Men And Ruins".  His articles call for an urgent investigation of the archaeological remains in the Aaiha plain and promotion of research into the Qaraoun culture with particular emphasis to chronologically date the Heavy Neolithic.