Across a variety of special projects, music videos, and editorials, Mitchell has worked with top-tier musicians such as Beyonce, Solange and Zendaya as well as rising talents including Kelsey Lu and Kevin Abstract.
Recently, Mitchell shot singer, Harry Styles, for his fourth cover of American Vogue, the photographs and styling by Camilla Nickerson created a lot of conversation around the December issue.
His prestigious September 2018 cover shoot of Beyonce for American Vogue placed him alongside some of the industry’s greatest photographers at the age of 23.
BEYONCÉ ON TYLER MITCHELL’S PHOTOGRAPHY AS ART-FORM AND ACTIVISM
“Until there is a mosaic of perspectives coming from different ethnicities behind the lens, we will continue to have a narrow approach and view of what the world actually looks like. That is why I wanted to work with this brilliant 23-year-old photographer Tyler Mitchell.”
SOLANGE PERFORMANCE ART COLLABORATION WITH THE HAMMER MUSEUM
For Solange’s performance art meets music video “Metatronia,” Mitchell photographed the musician’s Lewittian inspired sculpture and performance before the installation was traveled to key cities across the U.S.
The piece features more than 50 dancers moving in and around Solange’s sculpture set in a verdant landscape, to a minimalist score she co-wrote with John Kirby.
Theo Wenner’s intimate and personal style of photography can be seen across the eighteen covers he has shot for Rolling Stone Magazine over the course of a twelve-year relationship with the publication.
In addition to this, Wenner has directed music videos for The Black Keys, Tame Impala and Mark Ronson. His video for The Black Keys’ single “Fever” was nominated for MTV’s Best Rock Video Award in 2014.