Patryk Jordanowicz - cinematographer and photographer. His first contact with the camera was a success. In 2004, "Katatonia" won first prize in the competition for independent films at the of Polish Film Festival in Gdynia and was second in the history of "no budget" Polish cinema film in official distribution. Successful in making documentary images of Tomasz Wolski ("School Workshop", "Slowly," "H2O"), Krzysztof Lang ("Kuklen"), Julie Kowalski ("Anton in the shadow"), Anna Zakrzewska and Joanna Turowicz ("KwieKulik") and Grand Prix winners of the Krakow Film Festival - Jack Naglowski and Andrzej Dybczak. "Gugara" shot in the beautiful but extremely difficult areas of Siberia met with a great approval of the most respected film festivals in the world, bringing its creators numerous awards and recognitions. Co-author of the famous film images by Ewa Stankiewicz for TVN - "Three Buddies". He admires feature films, so he worked with Szymon Jakubowski – at his debut feature film, "How to live?" and with Maciej Wojtyszko at making Tv theater "Bułchakow“. His short movie "Do not touch the ground" was representing Film and Television Faculty University of Silesia at the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography Camerimage 2010. He spent hundreds of hours working on television shows, commercials, music videos and a variety of programs in collaboration with TVP, Polsat and Constantin Entertainment. Since 2008 he has been also a lecturer on the cameraman courses in the Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Academy.