Peter Mullett is a photographer and filmmaker who’s career began in the late 1960’s working as a fashion photographer for magazine and advertising clients not only in his native London but also in Paris, Milan, New York and Munich. He has traveled world wide working as a photographer, and filmmaker, pretty much to every continent.
In the 1980’s Mullett moved to New York and begun to work in the motion picture field, first on television productions then later as a DP for many commercial spots, TV series and independent features. He has also written, produced and filmed three short films, one of which, a documentary called “LES QUATRE SAISONS” was recently accepted and shown at a Film Festival in SW France.
Mullett is still deeply involved in photography as well as filmmaking, he has a number of independent projects underway, likes working “small” after many years of being a part of large productions and he’s still committed to using film as often as possible even though the majority of work is digital these days.
Documentary work and storytelling subjects are a particular passion. He is a great fan of French cinema, loves “real life” stories, appreciates good writing and dialogue, and as a DP he doesn’t believe that the camera should get in the way of a good story. For him the camera should be the “window”, not a player.
His personal photography tends towards black and white imaging and is rarely without one of his well loved, well used, Leicas.
He splits his time living and working at homes in France and the US.