METRONET has teamed up with a Perth-based digital creator, Mitchell Yeats, to bring the future benefits of METRONET to life through a series of videos.
Mitchell started his career in content creation through his hobby experimenting with animation and music and growing up with a video camera. Learning from industry mentors has helped Mitchell start his video production business and mould it into what it has become today.
Through this collaboration, Mitchell hopes to produce videos that will capture the eyes of younger viewers and show them the benefits of METRONET projects.
“METRONET is a progressive jump for Perth, so to be involved in any way means that any work we do together will be for the benefit and greater good of this fine city of ours” said Mitchell.
Mitchell sees “connecting” as a key theme for METRONET. Whether connecting physically or digitally, he says, “its greatest benefit is to make people’s lives that little bit easier.
“For creatives these days, it can be a hard world to get into, so hopefully with the application of METRONET we can make the whole of Perth and its surrounds a little bit more accessible to them.
METRONET is committed to local jobs and supporting the local WA economy, and there are diverse opportunities through METRONET for a wide array of businesses, from construction businesses to creative industries.
If you’re a Western Australian creative or public art coordinator interested in opportunities with METRONET, register your details on our Construction Business Register.