Creative editorial and post-production company Final Cut has named Rebecca Mitchell as their new Head of Production at their office in Los Angeles. 

Mitchell will bring more than a decade's experience as a Senior Producer and Post Supervisor to her new role at Final Cut, having worked in a wide variety of content and formats with clients as diverse as Apple, Salesforce, the NFL, eBay, Fitbit, and Stitch Fix.

Before joining Final Cut, Mitchell honed her skills as a post-producer at Nice Shoes, a boutique creative studio in New York. There she spent nearly ten years working her way up from Cruise Director (a client-liaison role) to Senior Producer. Throughout her tenure at Nice Shoes, Rebecca grew with the company as it evolved from a colour and finishing house to a full-service studio, mastering each discipline along the way and finally producing projects and connecting workflows from start to finish.

Since her relocation from New York to LA in 2019, Mitchell has managed post-production for A+E Networks and freelanced at Company 3, The Den Editorial, Cabin Editing, Harbor Picture Company, Nice Shoes, Art Class, and Final Cut in roles as focused as colour correction services or as comprehensive as overseeing projects from concept to completion.

"In a highly collaborative profession where late nights and demanding projects are standard, it's paramount to work with people you genuinely harmonise with," says Mitchell. "I was fortunate to freelance at Final Cut before coming on board full-time. I'm extremely impressed by the culture here, the high level of cooperation among producers, and the caliber of work Final Cut produces. I'm honoured to count myself among this talented bunch."

"The driving forces behind Final Cut are collaboration and craft," says Final Cut's LA Executive Producer, Suzy Ramirez. "Rebecca has demonstrated her facility and deep respect for both of those core tenets through her work with Final Cut and beyond. She's a talented mind and a creative spirit, and we're thrilled to have her on the team."