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Amy Grgich

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Meg is a cinematographer who is drawn to bold and empathetic stories. She believes in vibrant collaboration and has a penchant for the visually weird and fantastic, with a love of genre films instilled in her from a young age.

Collaborating with director Elissa Down, she shot the queer revisionist history series WHILE THE MEN ARE AWAY that is screening as part of Berlinale 2024 program and it is currently nominated for best mini-series at the 2024 AACTAs.  She was the setup DP for Season 1 of the BBC 1 / Stan series TEN POUND POMS, working with director Jamie Stone and producers at ELEVEN and CURIO.

Meg also shot the the Emmy and Rose D'or winning FIRST DAY series directed by Julie Kalceff. It was lauded internationally for its portrayal of transgender student Hannah Bradford and aired internationally on ABC, BBC, CBC and Hulu.


Previously she has shot writer and actor Nakkiah Lui's dramady PREPPERS for the ABC with producers Liz Watts and Sylvia Warmer.

Meg has shot several projects that have received awards from the ACS. These include the Marcia Hines music video REMEDY, directed by Russell Crowe, the AACTA nominated 1920s Constructivist inspired short film I WANT TO MAKE A FILM ABOUT WOMEN, directed by Karen Pearlman, and the immigrant ghost story CARRION by director Yvonne Zhang.


Meg has also worked extensively in documentary, including director Rachel Perkins' ARRERNTE WOMEN'S PROJECT and I AM BLACK AND BEAUTIFUL, for director Hawanatu Bangura.

Meg holds a BA in Media Arts and Production from University of Technology, Sydney. She is the recipient of ACS Drew Llewelyn Camerimage Scholarship and inaugural recipient of the Screen Australia Onbass Fellowship, from which she earned her full scholarship MFA in Cinematography at the American Film Institute. She was listed as a 2022 Rising Talent by Inside Film Magazine.


In addition to her cinematography work, Meg has exhibited three solo photography exhibitions, AND I THOUGHT I WAS DREAMING, FRACTURES and LOVESICK. Her photo ANDREW MASON from  AND I THOUGHT I WAS DREAMING was a finalist in the 2018 Head On Photo Festival portrait category.

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