Helpmann Award winning choreographer, Mitchell Woodcock, has established himself as one of Australia’s most sought-after creatives with an expansive career across all facets of the arts.
Mitchell has worked alongside director Al Weeks as movement director for the ‘Karl Lagerfeld X Modelco’ video campaign in New York City. His choreography was showcased at the world movie premiere of the film Les Miserables in 2012, Toyota’s 2018 Corolla launch film (worldwide) and James Arthur’s hit music video ‘You Deserve Better’.
Mitchell has had the pleasure of taking on the creative director and choreographer roles for performances for Meagan Trainor, George Ezra, Jessica Mauboy, James Arthur, Ava Max, PNAU, Kim Petras, Conrad Sewell, Noah Kahan, Samantha Jade, Starley, Deborah Cox, The Veronicas, Betty Who, Client Liaison, and on such programs and events as the ‘T20 Cricket World Cup’ Opening Ceremony, Sydney World Pride, Guy Sebastian’s Australian Tour ‘Ridin With You’, The Voice AU, The ARIAs, The TV Week Logie Awards, Dancing With The Stars Australia, The Australian Open, Splendour In The Grass, NYC Pride, Lost Paradise and The State Of Origin.
Mitchell’s diverse skill set has seen him direct and choreograph television advertising campaigns for the Australian touring productions of ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ and ‘Saturday Night Fever’. He has also played the key role of choreographer in the staging of the Prix de Marie Claire Fashion Awards and fashion events for Ben Sherman as well as ‘movement director’ on Naomi Campbell’s The Face TV series.
2019 saw Mitchell receive the Helpmann Award for ‘Best Choreography in a Musical’ for his work on Saturday Night Fever.
Most recently Mitchell has been the lead creative overseeing performances for Rita Ora, Tones and I (including her live performance on the Jimmy Kimmel show in the US), Amy Shark and Kylie Minogue as well as Australian Idol. He is also currently working on an Australian TV series set to be released later this year.