Kell Mitchell is a London based, award-winning Director and Photographer.
After graduating in Sydney and collecting many prizes and accolades in contemporary photography, Kell moved across the world to conquer the London fashion scene. After honing her craft assisting Director/ Photographer's Leila & Damien De Blinkk for many years, she went on to shoot for AllSaints, French Connection and Harvey Nichols, for whom she created the viral film ‘The 100 Year Old Model’ in partnership with Vogue.
In recent years, Kell has created Cannes Lion award winning digital content and has an enviable list of commercial clients including some of the world’s biggest brands such as Google, Emirates and Samsung.
Outside of her commercial work Kell’s passion for working with real people comes to life in her Channel 4 film series ‘WTF is Cosplay?’. Her simple and stylistic approach to storytelling draws the viewer into the character’s lives in an emotionally engaging way.
Here’s what others have to say:
“Kell creates a great atmosphere on set that really puts the cast at ease. She’s super collaborative with me as the creative and is also great with clients, even the difficult ones!”
- Scarlett, Digital Creative, AMV BBDO
"Kell has done a couple of projects for us, and she remains top of out list for this type of work. She is very creative, understands what you want, but tends to take it to a new level with lots of suggestions and preparation work. She has helped us to craft scripts, characters, and give us a very good understanding of her vision for each project.
She's a great person to work with, lots of enthusiasm and professionalism bundled into one.
I will continue to call her, and would recommend her without hesitation."
- Paul Gillam, Creative Director, FRUKT
"Kell is a lively person with a can-do attitude. She not only grasped the essence of what I wanted but also added her unique point of view, which resulted in final video I am very proud of."
- Den Cops, Creative Director, FITCH
“Kell is always my first choice of director. She’s great to work with and always delivers”
- Matt Seccombe, Art Director, AnalogFolk
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