Agatha is a filmmaker, photographer and a researcher based in Bristol, UK. She produces a range of different content from music and promo videos, stylised photoshoots, documentaries, to fiction films but her biggest interest and passion lies in conservation and producing impact.
She’s trained in Journalism & Social Sciences and Wildlife Filmmaking by schools like Krakow University, University of Hull, Africa Media and Wildeye International Filmmaking School. She has worked for broadcasters and companies such as the National Geographic, BBC, Channel 4, Off the Fence, Icon Films, CPL Productions, Wildscreen, RDF Television. She collaborates with a presenter Anneka Svenska as a camera operator and an editor for the Animal Watch YouTube series with over 450,000 subscribers.
Her documentary FOREST exploring the conflict based around the illegal logging of the Bialowieza Forest in Poland has been officially selected by 6 international film festivals. Agatha’s most recent release is a conservation documentary discussing the silent extinction of giraffes.
She has a flare for originality, good creative and communication skills. Drive and enthusiasm to go and do whatever it takes to make a good film. Forward vision and above all, a developing authority that will enable her and those who work with her to achieve the aims and objectives of any assignment to the best of their ability.
– Tony Haighway, Wolf Watch UK
Our hearts are fit to burst with pride, Agatha is a truly talented film-maker.
– Africa Media