Mitre’s skills extend across multiple sectors of the arts. Graduating with an Advanced Diploma in Film & TV Production from Adelaide College of the Arts in 2014, Mitre has gone on to work as film crew of Mortal Kombat (Warner Bros Features / New Line Cinema), First Day (ABC / Epic TV), Wanted (7 Network / Matchbox Pictures) and Pine Gap (Netflix / ABC), including screen production work under Mitre Khammash Media (MKM). Aside from his work in screen, Mitre has been involved in professional theatre productions for companies such as No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability, True North Youth Theatre Ensemble, Showtime Attractions, Mighty Good Entertainment and Brink Productions. Mitre’s additional skills include graphic design, screen editing & sound design for cinema, television and web. Mitre is a founding member of the musical improvisation comedy collective Spoonerise This and since it’s foundation, Mitre has been producing and performing in Vicarious Cabaret for five successful consecutive years for the Adelaide Fringe. Additionally, Mitre’s directorial projects for the Adelaide Fringe include Counting Bars (MKM), Pretty Boys (Festival Statesmen Chorus), Choir Boys (Festival Statesmen Chorus) and co-Directed Tough Boys (Festival Statesmen Chorus). In 2021, Mitre will be graduating as an inaugural student from the Elder Conservatorium of Music, Bachelor of Music Theatre. During his time in the course, Mitre has been involved in Spring Awakening (Dir. George Torbay), Cabaret (Dir. Erin James) and Mamma Mia (Dir. Zoë Komazec). Notably, Mitre produced and directed Songs for a New World by Jason Robert Brown; a feature film for the 2020 student cohort (in place of a live production due to COVID-19). Mitre was the inaugural president of the Elder Conservatorium Music Theatre Association- an organisation representing the students of the Bachelor of Music Theatre at the University of Adelaide. Mitre is passionate about creating professional opportunities for artists and creatives in the South Australian arts sector, specifically in the theatre and screen industries.