Lewis Pickett is a four time Grammy winning mix engineer, producer and musician.
Lewis’s background is multicultural, born in Caracas, Venezuela to British parents, he grew up in Latin America living in a number of different Latin American countries before moving to the US in 2006 to study at Berklee College of Music. He graduated in 2009 with a double degree in Music Production & Engineering and Professional music.
After graduation he began his career working as an assistant to Michael Brauer at the Electric Lady Studio in NY. During his time there he had the opportunity of assisting Michael with many major label artists, including Coldplay, John Mayer, The Kooks, Daryl Hall and Nathan Pacheco.
In 2013, Lewis decided it was time to return to his roots and move back to a more Latin environment, convinced in the belief his knowledge of the language and understanding of the culture would provide him with a fresh insight and an emotional connection to the artist and producer, that would allow him to bring their music alive in the way that they envision it.
With this goal in mind he headed for Miami to see if he could build a career while continuing to learn and hone his craft.
His professional breakthrough came when he was asked to mix the album “Visualizate” by Gente de Zona. The album won a Latin Grammy for Best Latin Tropical Fusion Album of the year in 2016, winning his first Latin Grammy.
Building on this success, Lewis is now considered one of the top mixing engineers in the Latin Music industry, working with a broad range of top artists throughout Latin America, the Caribbean and Spain, such as C. Tangana, Marc Anthony, Carlos Vives, Pablo Alboran, Juanes, Alejandro Sanz, Danna Paola, Becky G and Danny Ocean.
In the past few years Lewis has gone on to win three more Latin Grammy’s , in 2020 for "Compadres" - Fonseca and Andres Cepeda
( Best Tradicional Pop Album) and in 2021 - C. Tangana - El Madrileño ( Best Engineered Album) and in 2022 - Cumbiana Vol 2 - Carlos Vives (Best Tropical Contemporary Album)
He also has an additional 12 Latin Grammy nominations and 3 Grammy nominations.