Mitch tells his stories with great dane dogs behind the wheel of a convertible, fluffy puppies with sunglasses rocking the synthesizer or filming singers in super slow motion while throwing objects at them and spraying menthos-coke fountains in their face. That was for worlds first interactive super slow motion music video which ended up competing against Pharrell Williams at the Webbies and Bob Dylan at the Lovie Awards.
Raised by the interwebs, he has experience in both, working behind a camera and in the directors chair but is also used to the madness of an ad agency. He wrote, directed and post-produced everything from TV-commercials, interactive videos to 360° VR videos (but only where VR actually made sense). In short: Mitch has a passion for telling stories that are both visually striking and technically challenging.