My name is Agnieszka Pajor and I am the owner of Shoot Me Sideways Productions, a northern media production company that creates professional and character-driven digital content.


I specialize in lifestyle, adventure, commercial and portrait photography as well as cinematic commercials, corporate videos and documentary films. I can be hired as a production company or as a freelance Photographer, Cinematographer or Editor. 

I am interested in contract work and am more than willing to travel to site. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you are interested in my services or would like to share some feedback on my work. I look forward to shooting your next project.


Until we meet!

- Shākāt Media and Shākāt Journal, Whitehorse, YT, 2018-now.
Full time position as Head Photographer, Videographer and Project Manager.
- CTV Vancouver, 2019.
Covered a story for News Vancouver. 
- River Nation: Journey Through the Blood Lines, Yukon, 2019.
Contracted for the project as Head Photographer, Videographer.
- Tourism Yukon, 2019.
Purchased my works.
- District of Mackenzie, Mackenzie, BC, 2018-2019.
Provided photography services on their Branding Strategy.
- Wolf Spirit Films, Yukon, YT, Vancouver, BC, 2018 - now.
Film set experience on several capacities, Production Photographer, Production Assistant, Art Department.
- Conifex Timber Ltd, 2018.
Provided photography services on their Branding Strategy.
- Powder King Mountain Resort, 2014/15.
Provided photography services on their Branding Strategy.
Other clients:
- Totem Resorts,
- Assiniboya Downs,
- JEDS Construction Ltd.
Other experience:
- Documented numerous events and weddings.
- Conducted numerous photography and videography workshops to students of all ages and skill levels.
Co-founded the Mackenzie Photo/Video Club.
- Shākāt Media (here)
- National Geographic Daily Dozen (twice: here and here)
- Whitehorse Star
- District of Mackenzie website
- Fotoindex 003 
Editing skills:
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom,
Adobe Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve.
Short-listed to the top ten finalists in the Travel category of the Sony World Photography Awards, London, 2011.