As part of the need for digital adaption, I’ve been running skills development workshops online to support organisations and businesses to create online content and engage with their clients.

We’ve looked at skills around creating content with resources available (eg smart phone and free apps), social media and online community development, filmmaking and presenting to camera and community engagement in virtual spaces.

When lockdown hit there was a great need and desire for people to engage and compete in a digital space. They wanted to communicate and stay relevant and I feel very lucky/privileged/grateful that I have a cross section of skills that can assist with this.

Recently I’ve been working with YouthWorX Nt to up-skill the team in digital content development and I can’t wait to see the photos, videos and graphics they come up with.

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.