Raised in Johannesburg, Mitch Stratten burst from art school into an illustrious career in music which rapidly transformed him into the filmmaking polymath we know today. Mitch’s unique filmmaking framework and diverse skill set brings together a vision unlike any other.
Since his iconic “Time Sculpture” film for Toshiba swept the boards at the awards shows and broke the Guinness World Record for most moving image cameras used in a single shot, Mitch has collaborated with many renowned brands from around the globe. His commercial work has been recognised at D&AD, Cannes, Clios, APA Show, and The New York Times Year in Ideas, to name but a few.
As a video artist, Mitch’s most ambitious and exacting project to date entitled “OCP” was released on award winning platform Sedition and “Making OCP” premiered on Dazed. Subsequently OCP has shown at museums and art institutions world-wide including the EYE Film-Museum Amsterdam, Wexner Center for the Arts Ohio and the Museo Nacional de Colombia.
Mitch Stratten lives and works in London.