Alumni Conversations | Ania Poullain-Majchrzak

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Ania Poullain-Majchrzak was born and raised in post-Soviet Poland and came to London to study for a masters at the London College of Communication in 2003.

Since then, she has been a producer/journalist with Reuters and Getty, and directed documentaries for Sky and Channel 5.

Here we discuss how her upbringing, life as a journalist (here and abroad) and being a multi-disciplinarian have formed her perspectives and career.



Editor’s Note: In parts of our interview the background noise is loud, but as anyone will know, finding a quiet corner of Soho without ongoing construction is near impossible.




Featured image by Henry Kenyon

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