„Europejski Fundusz Rolny na rzecz Rozwoju Obszarów Wiejskich: Europa inwestująca w obszary wiejskie”
Operacja pn. „Rozpoczęcie działalności gospodarczej przez Paulę Zawadzką” mająca na celu „Prowadzenie działalności usługowej o charakterze produkcji i postprodukcji materiałów wideo”, współfinansowana jest ze środków Unii Europejskiej w ramach działania 19 „Wsparcie dla rozwoju lokalnego w ramach inicjatywy LEADER” w zakresie poddziałania 19.2 „Wsparcie na wdrażanie operacji w ramach strategii rozwoju lokalnego kierowanego przez społeczność” Programu Rozwoju Obszarów Wiejskich na lata 2014 – 2020. Przewidywalne wynik operacji: utworzenie nowego przedsiębiorstwa i utworzenie miejsca pracy.
Over the past 3 years I've been working as a video editor in the largest companies related to the esports industry in Poland. I've written, directed and edited hundreds of videos about League of Legends and the Polish scene. Every time I create something I try to put my whole heart into it, which is why the videos I make are so unique and loved by the community.
The Last Dance / AGO vs K1CK
I was asked to prepare a video for the Trinity Force Polish Cup final. This video was supposed to be similar to the standard Match of the Week format, but I’d decided to create something special. We recorded over an hour of interviews with the casters, but when I heard Rajon's comparison of the AGO vs. K1CK rivalry to "The Last Dance" (Netflix series) - I decided to change the whole concept. I have gone through the video data from all Ultraliga seasons to create a sentimental video, where both teams are no longer the biggest opponents but ten great players who made Polish scene more exciting.
At the end you can hear the instrumental of "Silent Night" which is in the rhythm of the Waltz.
When i was young I liked to learn something new since i can remember. I have always believed that you can learn everything, that's why I did a lot of different things in my life. I was writing a blog, learning Photoshop to customize it, I was learning to sing for several years then went to music school and sang in a band. I was learning to draw, studying architecture. I was streaming, doing interviews, stage hosting and many, many more.
After few weeks of streaming my adventure with esports began. Frenzy invited me to host my first event and I started going to a lot of tournaments, watching league of legends matches and became an enthusiast of esports.
The atmosphere and emotions enchanted me and I realized that this is the path I would like to follow.
In 2017 I joined to illuminar Gaming as a Team Manager. That's when I bought my first camera. I felt a lot of stress during the public speaking, so I took my camera everywhere with me and recorded myself. On ESL Polish Championship in September I recorded so much material about the team that as a result illuminar wanted me to make them videos of every tournament. That's how series "Be Brave" was created. It was the first documentary series about League of Legends team in Poland.
In January 2019, I joined to Frenzy and started my work in Polsat Games team. This is the moment in my life when I have been learning the most by far. I am responsible for creating content during the Ultraliga. My big advantage is that everything I do has been related to esport for some time. I've been working with players so i can easily talk with them in interviews. I watch esports tournaments, so I understand the community, emotions and I can look at everything from a more insider side.
I have been working really hard to be where I am today.
I work with people who appreciate and trust me when I have some ideas. I can develop my storytelling skills and rub the trails in directing films. I edit videos that people love.
I have a lot of experience in different things and I try to use every skills at work. I am still a person who likes to constantly learn something new, but now, I know that everything we learn might be useful someday.
If you are interested in my work or if you have a project in mind then feel free to reach out to me any time.