Incredibly thrilled to be featured in the national Clip Art Documentary Series about music video makers in Australia! Along with my mate Connor Askham we represented the NT in this Aussie wide initiative. I chat a bit about MusicNT, At The Dakota, Pole Top Rescue and others in the interview and the video we made for At The Dakota was played in full.

A seven-part documentary video series focusing on Australian music film clip directors, featuring interviews and their music videos created for Australian artists.

Australian music culture is vast and diverse, there are many talented filmmakers working with musicians to produce creative and experimental video and film techniques.This seven part feature will focus on several film clip makers from each Australian state or capital city, their work and also the Australian musician’s clips they’ve worked on.

Clip Art – Northern Territory (S01E07)
Featuring music video makers from the Northern Territory, Amy Hetherington and Connor Askham.

Darwin based Amy Hetherington, a jack-of-all-trades with experience in Filmmaking, Photography, Social Media, Marketing/Public Relations and Journalism. She has worked in the Australian music industry for the past 4 years with the peak body for music in the Territory – MusicNT and is the director of Amiable Communications, an artist management, publicity and media business in Darwin. Connor Askham is an emerging filmmaker, photographer and DOP from Darwin. He’s worked on a variety of music videos and NT music based productions. He also plays in bands and contributes to the Northern Territory music outlet, Foldback Magazine.

Amy Hetherington

Amy has a jack-of-all-trades tool kit of communications skills and heaps of energy. She offers services including content creation, videography, photography, publicity, community engagement, social media and MCing and comedy to help Northern Territory people connect with events, organisations, causes and celebrations. Amy is passionate about creating content and sharing stories in a fun, enjoyable and amiable style. She’s heavily involved in the NT community and would love to add some fun and engagement to your next project.