Agata is a filmmaker and a researcher from Poland, currently living in Bristol, United Kingdom. She produces a range of different content from music videos, documentaries to fiction films but her biggest interest and passion lies in conservation.
She has studied Journalism & Social Communication at Krakow University, Political Science on Erasmus student exchange and have graduated BA Media, Culture and Society at University of Hull in 2014. Throughout her studies she has learnt the basics of journalism, video recording and editing, in the same time developing her passion for photography, wildlife, conservation and nutrition. She has undergone wildlife filmmaking course at Africa Media and Wildeye International Filmmaking School.
She has worked as a production assistant at RDF Television, Icon Films, Rubber Republic, Curve Media, Voltage TV, Aspect Film & Video, Doghouse and Entirety Labs. She has collaborated with a TV presenter Anneka Svenska and co-produced with her programs for the Animal Watch YouTube series with over 100,000 subscribers. Earlier this year she has released her first full feature documentary FOREST exposing the conflict based around the illegal logging of the Białowieża Forest and the film has already gained recognition on multiple environmental film festivals. Currently she is working on her new documentary exploring the conservation status of giraffes.