As one of the leading directors in the world of music video, Sophie Muller has spent over 20-years crafting some of the most seminal videos of the modern music era.
After graduating from Central St Martins University, Sophie pursued a master’s degree in Film and Television at the Royal College of Art before honing her skills as a music video director – establishing long-running working relationships with the Eurythmics, Annie Lennox, Shakespears Sister, and Sade.
In 1992 Sophie won a Grammy Award for her work on Annie Lennox’s Diva video album. And has since followed up with a Brit Award for Shakespears Sister with Stay, MTV awards for Lennox’s Why and No Doubt’s Don’t Speak, and countless UKMVA and MVPA awards. Sophie has also won both the MVPA Director of the Year, and the CADS Director of the Year.
A kaleidoscopic array of artists have benefitted from Sophie’s visionary approach, including Weezer, Jeff Buckley, The Cure, The Stone Roses, Blur, Garbage, Supergrass, PJ Harvey, Coldplay, Lily Allen, Radiohead, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Dolly Parton, The Strokes, Shakira, Bjork, Kings of Leon, and Beyoncé.
Other notable works include creative direction for Sade’s 2011 critically and commercially acclaimed tour, and tour visuals for Gwen Stefani, No Doubt, the Dixie Chicks, and Garbage. Sophie has also created album artwork for iconic Scottish rockers The Jesus and Mary Chain. Commercial clients have included Reebok, MTV, L’Oréal, Gillette, and Venus, to name but a few.
Sophie has produced stills and photography projects across the world of high fashion and is represented by RSA Photographic for all photography work.