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Robert Majewski is a photojournalist based in Montreal, Canada. He spent his childhood between Poland and Canada and spent all his free time during his adult years traveling through Europe and South America.


His upbringing and travel experience permits him to easily adapt to unfamiliar environments and to be open in terms of cultures and people. His studies in anthropology ignited an interest in documenting how humans live, how they express culture and how they interact with one another.


Through his photo and video projects, he aims to address current and pressing social issues, exploring how people organize and resist to phenomena such as gentrification, homophobia, food deserts, unethical real estate development and environmental destruction.





Photo: Jonathan Bertucchi



Concordia University 

Graduate Diploma – Visual Journalism


École des métiers du cinéma et de la vidéo — Rivière-du-Loup                                AEC Video Editing


Concordia University                                                                                                        Bachelor (Honours) in Anthropology


Academic Publications


Majewski, R. (2015). Cocaine blues: The cost of democratization under plan Colombia. In M. C. Forte (Ed.), Force multipliers: The instrumentalities of imperialism (pp. 125-141). Montreal: Alert Press.

Majewski, R. (2015). From oppression to liberation? The immigrant experiences of queer migrants in Montreal. In SFM Collective 2015 (Ed.), Stories from Montreal 10 (pp. 13-28) Montreal: SFM Collective 2015.




English, French, Polish, Spanish and Portuguese (spoken and written)


Work Experience


Centre d’expertise et de recherche — Institut du tourisme et de l’hôtellerie du Québec                                                 


EF Educational tours

Tour Director


Volunteer work


Rencontres internationales du Documentaire de Montréal                                      


Festival International du Film Ethnographique du Québec - Montreal                    

University Coordinator


Bursaries & Prizes

Sportsnet Bursary – For the recognition for outstanding work in your undergraduate studies – 4000$