My name is Armina and I’m a Visual Anthropologist, a Digital Storyteller, a Techy (Post-)Humanist.
I thrive at the intersection of audiovisual media and compassionate, thoughtful, often collaborative storytelling.
I believe in dialogues — not interviews — with humans as well as non-human actors, and in challenging narratives.
I am passionate about the complexities of our cultural realities and I do my best work while watching and listening.
☉ Educated in researching and analysing cultural environments and audiovisual output
☉ Excellent event organiser and general GTD-er
☉ Experience with every step of small-scale video production (from researching that one crazy idea, to organising subjects and shoot, and on to editing the finished product)
☉ Strong analytical skills and a detail-oriented eye, as well as creative and visual methods of engaging with your audience
Some of my previous work has included researching online identity on ChatRoulette,
horses, curating a temporary exhibition space dedicated to the anthropocene,
and organising an international anthropological film festival in Copenhagen: