My portrait and travel photos can be found in a wide variety of places--from magazines such as Scientific American Magazine and Publisher's Weekly to the NY Observer or Sydney Morning Herald. I photograph authors for Macmillan Publishing and done weddings from Paris to Vancouver, with stops in places like Kansas and of course my hometown of Manhattan. Visit my photography website at mitchellbach.com for an idea of what I do.
I've studied music composition and piano at conservatories in Sydney, Wellington (New Zealand) and Paris, France; my music is influenced by the French Impressionist and Spectral traditions, as well as roots in early music and liturgical chant. My choral and vocal works include two operas, a musical, and a whole lot of choral and liturgical works performed in churches and choirs around the world. Check out albums and tracks available on Bandcamp.
I organize and lead trips for groups of people all over the world, ranging from art history and fashion themed trips to New York, to travels as far as Paris and the Grand Canyon. It's taken me to over 100 countries now. Contact me if you'd like to know more.
Mitch is a composer, photographer and tour guide based in Manhattan.
He has master’s degrees in music composition, piano, and the social sciences from the Université de Paris – Sorbonne and the Paris Conservatoire. He has done additional studies in London, Berlin, Wellington (New Zealand) and Sydney.
Mitch composed and produced a wonderfully pretentious opera at age 19 in New Zealand, and has since had his orchestral, chamber, choral and liturgical compositions performed in England, France, Italy, Germany, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and the United States.
As a photographer Mitch travels extensively; his portrait and travel photos can be found in a wide variety of places--from magazines such as Scientific American and Publisher's Weekly to the Sydney Morning Herald or book jackets for Macmillan Publishing. He has photographed weddings from Paris to Vancouver, with stops in places like Kansas and of course his hometown of Manhattan. His photography-specific website can be found here.
Originally trained in philosophy and psychology, Mitch has published work on German and French phenomenology–specializing in theories of truth in American Pragmatism and early existentialism.
Mitch is currently interested in the intersection of neuroscience, religion, and epistemology, and is currently completing a book of essays appearing in 2016.