13-30 Corporation
1623 Studios
Atlantic Media
Barnes & Noble
Bayshore History
Bell Canada
Bertelsmann, SE
Billboard Publishing
Boston University
Centex Destination Properties
Condé Nast
The Content Council
Dallas Morning News
Dartmouth College
Detroit Free Press
Downtown Media Group

Fairchild Publications
Gloucester Publishers
Grüner + Jahr
Hearst Corporation
Harvard University
IDG Communications, Inc.
IFC: The Independent Film Channel
IFP: Independent Filmmaker Project
Innovation Leader
John Brown Media
Johns Hopkins University
Knight Foundation
Leverage Media
Levi Strauss Foundation
Mansueto Ventures
Massachusetts General Hospital
May Media Group
Meredith Corporation
Metro Corp.
Monitor Institute

National Geographic Society
NYU Langone Health
PDK International
Peabody Essex Museum
Radcliffe Institute
Rockefeller Foundation
Spafax Canada
The Solo Project, LLC
Succarra Media Group
Success Media
Tango Media Corp.
TED Conferences
The Sporting News
Time, Inc.
TMG: The Magazine Group
TR!O Network
University of Connecticut
Whittle Communications


“Put simply, Pat Mitchell is the most talented, creative, determined art director I have ever known. He wasn’t just part of the original team at Fast Company, he was one of the faces on our version of Mt. Rushmore. The entire organization looked up to him, not just for his great work but for his unflagging spirit and unrivaled leadership. I am proud to call him a colleague and a friend—someone whom I admire, and who never fails to dazzle.”

Bill Taylor, Founder, Fast Company (New York)

“Patrick rocks. His magazine designs are stunning. His pages sing. He can lead or follow but he always collaborates. I love working with Patrick and his work is money every time.”

Arjun Basu, SVP of Product, Bookmark Content & Communications (Montréal)

“Here are a few things you get when you have Patrick Mitchell on your team: A brilliant creative director who is also an all-around innovative thinker. A guy who’s won all the industry’s big awards (most of them more than once) but remains very much a student of his trade—and takes all that knowledge and turns it into a style all his own. A designer with great taste and big ideas who can also problem-solve and always makes sure his layouts are in service of the message the story needs to send. Oh, and also, a veteran manager who inspires loyalty from his people and makes an office more fun. I consider myself lucky to have worked with him.”

James Burnett, Founding Editor & Managing Director, The Trace (New York)