Ewa is a London-based, interdisciplinary artist, who specializes in movement storytelling and character physicality, by reviewing well known stories and creating new one.
As a Movement Director, Ewa is a member of the Movement Directors Association and was working on short film productions directed by Caroline Steinbeis, and Freya Mavor, like also on performances presented in The Cockpit Theatre, The White Bear Theatre, and The Golden Goose Theatre, Architectural Association Interprofessional Studio, Cambridge School of Art and Anabel's London.
Ewa currently is also developing her career as a Director for stage and screen. So far she is working on her own projects: "Before She Goes", "Waves of Endurance" like also "SCROOGE", a modern retelling of "A Christmas Carols" which she co-created together with Joe Facer in The White Bear Theatre.
Ewa is a certified Public Health specialist and alumna from MA in Movement: Directing and Teaching from RCSSD, London. She combines her 'non-stress' approach, gained thanks to Public Health with her knowledge of psychology and philosophy, interest in magic, rituals, and cognitive science to build authentical stage characters, and immersive experience of theatre. Her approach to movement incorporates a wide variety of acting methods, like Grotowski and Stanislavski's Technique, dance: Contact Improvisation, and other Contemporary Dance techniques, movement practices, BMC somatic practices, site-specific performance like also an experimental way of using lighting and props.
Ewa creates her work to tell the untold stories of human experience, by cantering interest around a personal journey of the character. In her work, she is interested in transformative languages from everyday actions and social themes and their interconnected relationships to the body, space, and materials. She places importance on collaboration with artists from diverse backgrounds and disciplines to explore movement and specific disciplinary vocabularies.