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Bartosz Staszewski

Warsaw, Poland
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About Bartosz
I can provide A/B-roll footage or livestreaming for my clients. I am an experienced videographer. I also make multi-camera and hybrid live broadcasts for my clients. I am based in Warsaw and ready to help you.

Gear I own and use:
Canon C200 with Canon lenses (RAW-recording ready)
Canon R6
LiveU Solo (bonding when necessary)
Atem Mini Pro 
4x Sennheiser EW  G4 mics
Mavic Pro 2 
other light and sound equpiment

I also work with local rental companies.

I own EU/PL drone license, I have experience with working with Polish authorities. I am also VAT-EU registered. Furthermore, I have no problem with NDAs. I use to work under time pressure and unusual circumstances for demanding clients. 

I also understand Swedish (B1 not using often)
English Polish Swedish
Interview (Video / Broadcast) Documentaries Photography
Breaking News Fact Checking

Video from protest

Example work for Greenpeace

Short video for Sprite

DRONE: Women strike - the main strike in the city center 2020

Example footage from drone

Church Charges For Car Park With Prayers

27 Mar 2019  |  News and Media
The Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Lodz, Poland, led by priest Ryszard Szmist, has introduced a unique 'price list' for its car park where drivers say prayers instead of paying cash. The number of prayers, specifically decades of the Rosary, is determined by the duration of the parking stay. The initiative was developed after parishioners cleared the previously bush-overrun space to create parking for churchgoers. The priest believes the system encourages prayer and relies on the individual's conscience for 'payment'. Sunday mass attendees are exempt from this requirement.

Mum and dad 'suffocated their four newborns after separate births and hid bodies'

27 Dec 2018  |  The Mirror
A couple in Ciecierzyn, Poland, is accused of suffocating their four newborns and hiding the bodies on their farm. Aleksandra J, 27, allegedly killed each infant using a plastic bag shortly after birth, while her partner, Dawid W, 37, is accused of being an accessory. The bodies were discovered after local residents reported suspicions to the police. Both suspects face life imprisonment if found guilty. The investigation is ongoing.

Grinning young girls perform 'Nazi salute' at Auschwitz death camp and post it on Instagram

10 Oct 2018  |  The Mirror
Auschwitz officials are working to identify three girls who performed a Nazi salute outside the Auschwitz concentration camp and posted the image on Instagram. The image was quickly removed, but not before it was reported to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum and shared by the Racist and Xenophobic Behaviour Monitoring Centre. The incident highlights ongoing issues with anti-Semitism and the need for education about the Holocaust. Local authorities are identifying the teenagers and will inform their school. This is not an isolated incident, as similar behavior has been reported in the past.

Vagina beer made with 'essence of hot underwear models' goes on sale for first time

28 Jul 2018  |  The Mirror
A Polish brewery named 'The Order of Yoni' has launched a beer made from the vaginal lactic acid of models, debuting in Katowice on July 28. The beer, described in vivid promotional language, aims to offer the 'essence' of the models. Despite initial curiosity, some customers, like Grzegorz Majewski, find the price comparable to wine and doubt its regular appeal. Founder Wojtek Mann detailed the scientific process behind the beer, addressing hygiene concerns and highlighting the journey to secure funding after an unsuccessful crowdfunding attempt.

Polish dare-devil becomes first person to SKI down world's most-dangerous mountain conquering 28,000ft-high summit

26 Jul 2018  |  mirror.co.uk
Andrzej Bargiel, a Polish alpine skier, became the first person to ski down K2, the world's second-highest peak and most dangerous mountain. He achieved this without using supplementary oxygen, after acclimatizing on Gasherbrum II and reaching the summit on July 22. Bargiel, who is from Zakopane, Poland, had previously been recognized for his skiing feats by National Geographic Poland and was awarded the Polish Golden Cross of Merit.

Wizz Air passenger urinates on floor in front of horrified Brits after being told she couldn't use toilet during refueling

23 Jul 2018  |  The Mirror
A Wizz Air passenger urinated on the floor of a flight from Warsaw to London Luton after being told she could not use the toilet during refueling. The incident was captured on video and shared on social media, sparking shock and criticism. The woman became aggressive when confronted and the situation was reported to the authorities. Wizz Air stated that safety is their top priority and they have zero tolerance for abusive behavior. The matter is now with the police.

Boy, 3, dies in washing machine after locking himself in drum playing hide and seek

28 Jun 2018  |  mirror.co.uk
A three-year-old boy named Marcel suffocated to death in Slupsk, Poland, after locking himself inside a washing machine while playing hide and seek on June 18. His parents found him when they woke up from a nap and could no longer hear him. Despite resuscitation efforts by paramedics for almost one and a half hours and subsequent hospitalization, Marcel died six hours later from suffocation. An investigation into involuntary manslaughter has been initiated by public prosecution, but the parents are currently under the care of psychologists and have not been questioned.

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