Kinga Burza

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Kinga Burza
Born (1980-09-26)September 26, 1980
Kraków, Poland
Nationality Polish, Australian
Occupation Music video director
Spouse(s) Deck d'Arcy

Kinga Burza (born September 26, 1980) is a Polish-Australian music video director.

Early life and education[edit]

Kinga Burza was born in Poland and raised in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia before moving to London in 2005 and signing with respected film production company Partizan of Michel Gondry fame in 2006.

Burza completed a B.A. at the University of New South Wales, before she went on to postgraduate studies in Theatre and Film at the University of Technology, Sydney. While studying at university, Kinga began teaching herself by making amateur videos for her then boyfriend Sydney musician Jack Ladder and many other friends she had in bands.


Since relocating to the UK, Kinga has shot videos for Katy Perry, Ellie Goulding, Calvin Harris, Ladyhawke, Peaches, James Blunt, Marina and the Diamonds and Lana Del Rey.

Promo Magazine has dubbed Kinga to be among 'the next wave of up-and-coming directors' while both I-D and Dazed and Confused Magazine have also run features on her.[1] She was nominated Best New Director at the CAD Awards in 2007 and won a Young Gun award for Music Video Direction for Kate Nash's "Foundations" in 2007.

Katy Perry's "I Kissed a Girl" reached No.1 on the Billboard charts.[2] and nominated for many awards at the US VMA's.

In 2008, Kinga won Best Pop Video at the UK Video Music Awards in London for Kate Nash's "Foundations".

Selected Videography[edit]

  • Jack Ladder – "Black Hole Blues"


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