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​I'm a documentary filmmaker and researcher, currently doing my PhD in Film: Practice as Research at the University of Kent. My PhD project lies between documentary film and anthropology and focuses on the meaning of home in London.

As part of my PhD, I work as a Graduate Teaching Assistant and teach undergraduate students at the University of Kent.

I've made several short award-winning documentary and experimental films and since 2013, I work as a freelance filmmaker, mostly as an editor and self-shooting director, for art organisations and companies.

Most recently, I co-produced two projects for the Czech Centre London – the Touching 1989 project about the revolutionary events of 1989 in former Czechoslovakia, and Brutal Beauty: A Video Tour of the Czech and Slovak Embassies in London.

In the past, I have worked for various clients including: 

  • FACT Liverpool

  • Liverpool Biennial

  • Everyman & Playhouse Theatre

  • Liverpool Philharmonic

  • National Museums Liverpool

  • Czech Centre London

  • Slovak Embassy London

Before starting my PhD, I have also spent a couple of months working on a full-time basis as a Junior Video Editor for Endemol Shine Group.

I originally come from Prague where I've completed my Bachelor's degree at the Department of Documentary Film Direction at FAMU. Subsequently, I have studied Master of Research in Art and Design degree at Liverpool John Moores University, for which I developed a multidisciplinary research project exploring the relationship between loneliness in later life and technologies through co-produced documentary filmmaking.

I'm a co-founder of the First Autism-Friendly Screenings Kino v klidu in the Czech Republic and since 2015, I work as a media manager for the Czech Alzheimer Foundation.

I speak English, Czech and French.

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