Agatha is a music/arts photographer and filmmaker.
She holds Bachelor degrees in Creative Arts (Visual Media) & Music Performance from the University of Melbourne, and a Masters of Music in Performance from the Royal Academy of Music in London.
Her concurrent life as a professional musician allows for a unique perspective and approach to her film and photography.
She’s worked with the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra (in fact Polyphonic Pictures is currently their official film and photographer partner), Tinalley Quartet, Syzygy Ensemble, Hamer Quartet, and the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival; as well as numerous freelance musicians and artists in London and Australia.
Her film, When I Grow Up I Want to Be White, made its world premiere at the 2008 Human Rights Arts and Film Festival, and Canadian premiere at the Regent Park Film Festival in Toronto. She has since had films featured at the Melbourne Fringe, and the Metropolis New Music Festival.
For information about Agatha’s other projects outside of Polyphonic Pictures, please visit agathayim.com