Dialect - Come Up

Producer Director: Lewis Mitchell / Owen Seabrook

Production: Tell Studio / Music: Leeds

Featured on: SBTV / GRM Daily

Title frame for music video Come Up - Dialect. As featured on SBTV and GRM Daily. Leeds, Yorkshire. UK.
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Still of Jinx from Mavericks - Words Not Weapons documentary film - Portsmouth Leeds and London UK
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Words Not Weapons:
The Mavericks Project

Producer Director: Lewis Mitchell / Owen Seabrook

Production: Tell Studio / Youth Music

Featured on: Youth Music Awards / BBC News

Makerspace: Lesvos Collaboration

Director: Hamza Yakupoglu

Producer: Lewis Mitchell

Shot on a donated camera as a development opportunity for young photographer & filmmaker, Hamza Yakupoglu. The project highlights the work of the Makerspace: Lesvos.

Still of cyclist in Lesvos, Greece. Shot for a marketing video as an educational project for a young filmmaker
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Yorkshire based Producer Director in Documentary, Scripted and Commercial Film.

Bradford // Leeds, UK.

Starting out in the industry in early 2020 Lewis co-founded and established the independent production company, Tell Studio; whose clients include: Netflix, BBC Sounds, Youth Music, Ralph Lauren, War Child, NHS, SBTV, New Balance, BBC Three, and many more.

Lewis has participated on Screen Yorkshire’s Flex Development Programme and the BFI & Film Hub North’s Creative Producer Lab.

The studio is a founding member of The New Monday – an innovative space to bring together and support Yorkshire’s creative community – alongside: Channel 4, The LEP, Wise Owl Films, We Are the Allies, Leeds Digital Festival and Leeds City Council.

With experience working across multiple forms of visual content, Lewis is also highly motivated by, and continues to draw on experience from his transdisciplinary background in engineering, sustainable development and the third sector. He resonates on projects with people at their heart. Those rooted in contemporary issues, taboo and (sub)culture.



BFI funded short film set amongst England’s most infamous Witch trial, the Pendle Witches. Written by Emma Swinton and Emily Carlton.


Exploring the process of grief through a hybrid documentary – music video collaboration with musician, George Bloomfield. Funded by Youth Music.


Fighting Against Knives in the North. ‘If they’ve got one, I need one.’ Sarah, a bereaved mother, and Vilson, a young ex-offender, try to understand knife crime in Leeds.


Leeds 1983. Six souls caught in a chance encounter come to find themselves hurtling through time. Experiencing life a day every decade. Developed alongside writer Cathianne Hall and director Martin Clark as part of Screen Yorkshire’s Flex programme.

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