Various > Sophie Muller

Sophie Muller was born in Marlybone, London, but spent her early years growing up on the Isle of Man. After leaving secondary education, she returned to London and attended St. Martin's School of Art, gaining a Foundation Diploma in Art.

Following her graduation, Sophie went to the Royal College of Art to study for her Masters in Film and Television, where she made "Interlude" and "In Excelsis Deo (In Adoration of God)." The latter winning the J Walter Thompson Prize for creativity.

Sophie's real goal was to become a successful Director in her own right and her big break came through a chance meeting with John Stewart and Billy Poveda of 'Oil Factory' - an established film production company.

Since then, she has directed a number of Annie Lennox and Eurythmics videos winning a Grammy for 'Diva' - the video album. She also picked up an MTV Award for 'Why' and was also Grammy nominated for the 'Savage' video album.

Her full list of videos can be viewed below.

Annie Lennox's "Diva" (Longform), "Little Bird", "Precious", "Walking On Broken Glass", "Love Song For A Vampire" and "Why". She also directed 'Put A Little Love In Your Heart" - Annie's duet with Al Green.

Eurythmics "Beethoven", "Don't Ask Me Why", "I Need A Man", Wide Eyed Girl", "The King & Queen Of America", "Angel", "You Have Placed A Chill In My Heart", "Savage" (Longform).

She also directed the Dave Stewart track "Out of Reach".