Graduate of Academy of Fine Arts and Wajda Master School of Film Directing in Warsaw (Poland). Documentary filmmaker, specialised in adventure films and extreme location work. Focused on human stories from high mountains and deep seas, told from original perspective. Author of award winning feature documentaries such as „What happened on Pam Island“- a love story on the highest sea-cliff in the world, set in Greenland and “Walking Under Water” about sea nomads in Borneo, winner of Hot Docs Jury Prize (Toronto, Canada). Her recent documentary “K2 Touching the Sky” filmed in Karakorum, a story about children of alpinists who died on K2 in 1986, won Kendal Mountain Festival Grand Prix, BANFF- Best Feature Mountain Film award, Bilbao Mendi Festival- Best Director or Graz Mountain Film Festival- Alpine Camera in Gold. Her work has been broadcast on ARTE/ZDF Germany and France, HBO Europe, Servus TV. Her current film project « The Wall of Shadows» will tell story about the expedition to one of the most difficult mountains in the Himalayas, Jannu, seen by local Sherpas as one of the last holy peaks. The story about the meeting of Sherpas and alpinists, who come from a world apart. She also works on documentary about Wanda Rutkiewicz.
Polish alpinist and traveler. Author of big wall first ascents in the mountains in team with her husband David Kaszlikowski. For twenty years of climbing she participated in expeditions from Greenland and Karakorum to Sahel of Mali in Africa, High atlas in Morocco or tropical jungle in Asia.