Having completed college studies in fine arts and a university degree neuroscience, I've always moved freely between the arts and the sciences.

Today I have combined my unusual background with an ever growing desire to join the fight against environmental crime and injustice, armed with the camera, the pen, and a rigorous scientific attitude.

Curriculum Vitae / 2019

Guest lecturer at University of West of England (UWE)

Guest artist at Murmurations #2 with Jez riley French and Chris Watson

Researcher at BBC Studios - current

Videographer for Sea Shepherd Global during Operation Sola Stella III and Dolphin Bycatch

Sound recordist for ARTE/NDR co-production (yet to be released)

Researcher for Chris Packham's "People's manifesto for wildlife"

Researcher at BBC NHU - Springwatch 2018

Guest lecturer at the University of New York - "filmmaking for environmental activists"

Videographer for European DG Environment Science for Environment Policy video series

Videographer for Lancashire and Merseyside Wildlife Trust

Video Editor for Ocean Safari II for The Nautical Channel

Second camera at Ocean Safari II for The Nautical Channel

Camera Assistant at Gulo Films for NDR (yet to be released)

Sound recordist for "The dog whisperer of the Queen" for ARTE/GEO reportage

Sound recordist for "The Moose detective" for ARTE/NDR

Runner at BBC Science for The Sky at Night

MSc in Neuroscience from the University of Manchester

BSc in Neuroscience from the University of Manchester

College of fine arts in Bologna, Italy

© 2019 by GRETA SANTAGATA

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