While at Goldsmiths I trained in many aspects of research, filmmaking and post-production, attended great lectures and seminars across various departments and met some inspiring people. I'm sure some collaborations and Goldsmiths friendships will influence my career.
My final project was awarded the Paul Watson Prize for the best Visual Anthropology film of the academic year 2014/15. My film is called Keeping Up With the Kashubians and it is a shorty observational film, taking place in Kashubia, a rural region of northern Poland. It was shot not far from where I'm originally from and it looks at how the local traditions, language and identity exist within modern-day Europe.