Photojournalist and documentary filmmaker. Piotr finished documentary filmmaking at the Wajda School in Warsaw, studied cinematography at the Faculty of Radio and Television in Katowice and photography at Bournemouth and Poole College of Art in...
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Filmmaker, Editor, Producer, Videographer, Video Editor, Business, Documentary, Multimedia, Video, Film, Photography, Portraiture, Director of Photography, International News, Assignments, Teacher
Covering:Asia,Europe,USA & Canada
Skills:Audio Recording, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premier, Mixed Media, Multimedia Production, Photojournalism, Video Editing, Film Processing, Film Photography, Cinematographer
STAWIGUDA, POLAND, JUNE 5, 2015:
Ukrainian refugee Pawel is swimming in a lake at the Archdiocesean Charity Centre Caritas where over 130 refugees from the conflict torn Eastern Ukraine; Donetsk and Lugansk regions found temporary shelter.
These people were chosen because they have Polish ancestors and have all been flown to Poland in January this year in a special operation of the Polish government.
Most of them have been assigned flats in various Polish towns and claim to have found work too, so are preparing to leave this shelter soon.
Fot: Piotr Malecki / Panos Pictures
Julia, 19 years old Polish high school student, at home during break in her online lessons: " have my alarm clock set at 7.58, at eight to school, and I sit in front of the computer for eight hours. And then I have extracurricular activities. So I sit three-quarters of a day in this position. I have absolutely no contact with classmates. Even when it was recently signing high school diploma certificates in my school, I came and didn't recognize these faces, as if they were completely foreign"
(Photo by Piotr Malecki)