Airservices Australia, AMD, Atari, Boeing, Chevron, Clorox, Cornnuts, Del Monte, Electronic Arts, Fox Broadcasting, GTE, Gulf Oil, Hawaiian Punch, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Liquid Plumr, Lockheed Martin, Mazda, Motorola, Nintendo, Oracle, PG & E, Pizza Hut, RJ Reynolds, Sega, SoftBank Expos, Sun Microsystems, and Symantec.
2007 - 2009
As Creative Director with this leading innovator in Smart Grid, Mitchell led online marketing in support of $100M in revenue and 1M+ in Smart Meters deployment for utility Green Tech initiatives.
2005 - 2010
Creating Success and BuzzBender Podcasts
Mitchell created and hosted the Creating Success and BuzzBender podcasts. With over 500,000 downloads a month from listeners spanning seventy countries, guests include iconoclasts Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak and Spider-Man cocreator Stan Lee.
2005 - 2007
Creating Success: Teacher and Lecturer
A favorite with Learning Annex students, Mitchell taught marketing and podcasting classes there in support of his book Creating Success to capacity classrooms (45+ enrollment) for two years.
2003 - 2005
Creating Success: A Career Guidebook
Sold in 450+ bookstores including SF MOMA, Barnes & Noble, and Amazon, Mitchell wrote and published Creating Success. Hailed by LA Weekly as, “This is the guide that will help you get to both your dreams and mortgage payment!”
The Greatest Album Covers that Never Were
Mitchell created the graphic “Love Songs” that, along with the work of forty-nine renowned artists from around the world, premiered at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. From there, the exhibit traveled throughout the United States.
1994 - 1999
Mitchell created eight psychedelically inspired renderings for short-run limited edition 24" x 36" prints purchased by individuals in nine countries spanning three continents.
1994 - 2001
MADworks the 3D Studio was immediately recognized as a unique attraction on the web being nominated “Categorically Cool Site of the Day” for December 6, 1995. The following year, Mitchell was nominated “Cool Web Designer of the Year” with competitors including Adobe and Razorfish.