Mitch's early passion for photography took him from school straight to a job at his local newspaper.
A growing reputation as a skilled portrait photographer with a strong eye for narrative and innate connection to his subjects saw Mitch take on an ever-broader range of commissions, including a long stint as lead celebrity photographer for The Times Magazine and The Sunday Times Magazine.
High-profile covers of everyone from David Bowie to Dame Judi Dench brought him to the attention of Channel 5. The UK network sent him to Los Angeles to rebrand its leading US acquisitions, including CSI, The Sopranos and House. A series of high-profile commissions for US networks (AMC, Starz and History among others) followed, along with a complete top-to-toe rebranding of A&E.
Today, Mitch continues to create key art for the world’s leading networks and streaming services, including Netflix, Amazon, BBC and Sky, alongside his own burgeoning career as a film director.