Pippa Samaya
Photographer and Film maker
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  • Experience8-15 years
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Antwerp, AN, Belgium
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Pippa in a few words
Pippa Samaya is a Berlin/Melbourne based photographer/film-maker with two overlapping specialisations of practice: dance/movement, and humanitarian documentary.

Awards include two-time winner of the International 60 Second Dance Film Competition (Denmark/Finland), Two time winner of an Australian Dance Award for Excellence in Dance on Film, double win at the SALON exhibit at CCP (AU), Best Film at FAD Film Festival (US), The Berlin motion picture festival (DE), the International portrait film festival(BUL), Best Music Video at the NIMA awards(AU), finalist in the National Photography Prize(AU), the Ballarat International Foto Biennale, The Association of Photographers(AOP) (UK) awards and IRIS portraiture prize (PCP).

Pippa has worked extensively with the dance and portrait industry in Australia, New Zealand and Europe including company's such as CHUNKYMOVE, The Arts Centre, Stephanie Lake Company, Dance North, Malthouse Theatre, Arts House, The Staats Ballett, Opera Ballet Vlaanderen and more.

Pippa’s humanitarian documentary work evolved from several years traveling with NGO One Voice to remote villages in India and Nicaragua, and a Syrian Refugee camp in Greece, documenting human experience and connection through co-creation. Since moving to Berlin in 2019, Pippa has worked for the International Womens Space, as their documentary filmmaker, working with refugee and immigrant women. Her most recent work includes a dance film and live performance in collaboration with performer Tara Jade Samaya, presented by the Staatsballet at the Komischer Oper.

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