Matthew Metrovich, born October 24, 1997, is an American media artist, photographer, filmmaker, and designer born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His primary work consists of merging technology and art through digital mediums, installations or events, as well as directing, shooting, or producing video and photo projects. He currently lives in Pittsburgh, working there as well as Toronto, New York, and Los Angeles.
At the age of 18, Matt attained the rank of Eagle Scout within the BSA and consequently began working in the media industry before graduating high school, mainly through Yamomzhouse, an Emmy-award winning production company. By the time he completed high school in June of 2016, Matt had photographed events with Denzel Washington, Future, Wiz Khalifa, Rachael Ray, Hebru Brantley, and Macy's.
In the fall of 2016, Matt began to attend Point Park University for Cinema Arts, where he was hired as a student to help create content for the University's Instagram account. At the same time, Matt began to build his own social media presence by sharing sci-fi inspired imagery and his passion for technology, which lead to him working as a promotional partner with brands like Express, Reef, and Hefty. Since then, Matt has left Point Park University due to physical availability and is continuing his education online.
In 2017, Matt was a commissioned artist for a Breast Reconstruction Day event hosted by LUXE Creative in which he was creating an installation that was both an art piece and a functional computer for the show. This combination of technology and art was created to highlight the importance of advancing the technologies behind reconstruction. The piece was auctioned off to a private buyer.
Recent work Matt has taken on has been shooting marketing materials for Samsung's Galaxy S9 campaign, working on the production crew of the Roots Picnic, touring with J Period for his Rise Up performances, traveling with Have Fun Do Good to document their Costa Rica and Grand Canyon trips.
Aside from Matt's personal work, he started his on company, metro.digital, to brand his larger projects and to provide a creative space for artists. Under this brand Matt has directed conceptual photo and video shoots, curated live events, and designed electronic installations.