Ewa Kamirski Rest in Peace
Ewa Kamirski Born: 26th October 1946, Gdansk, Poland Died: 6th October 2007 (aged 60) Sydney, Australia Occupation: Television Technical Director Beloved wife of Vladimir Kamirski Beloved Wife and Pioneering Television Technical Director Ewa was born in Gdansk Poland on 26th October 1946 the eldest daughter of Jan and Elzbieta Lukasik. After completing high school with distinction, Ewa commenced University studies in medicine but decided to transfer to the Film & Television Academy in Lodz Poland where she completed her technical degree with honours. In 1972 Ewa commenced a relationship with Maestro Vladimir Kamirski and they lived together in Warsaw. From 1973 Ewa was working for the National Polish Television at which she created the very popular series “Beautiful Voices” and “Music and the Screen” for which she was awarded the Golden Praha. In 1983 they decided to permanently emigrate to Australia. Ewa arrived in Sydney Australia on 24th January 1983. Due to prior contractual obligations, Maestro Kamirski was not able to join her until May of that same year where they took up residence together in an apartment at Bondi Beach. In 1984 Ewa commenced her technical career in television with the ABC at Gore Hill. Over a period of 22 years with ABC Television, Ewa gradually climbed her career ladder to gain the position of Technical Director, the first woman in the ABC to achieve this senior position. Ewa and Vladimir moved from their Bondi apartment to another apartment at Dee Why Beach. They later moved in 1989 to a home in West Pennant Hills and finally in 1998 to their new home in Cherrybrook. On 4th July 1985 Ewa received her Australian citizenship, an honour she truly treasured in her adopted country. On 16th December 1989 Ewa and Vladimir formally married in Sydney and she proudly became Mrs Ewa Kamirski. Ewa and Vladimir remained a very close loving couple continuously for 35 years until Ewa died in Sydney on 6th October 2007. Maestro Vladimir Kamirski continues to live on in their marital home in Sydney until he sadly passed away on 22nd April 2017. Ewa had made many close friends within the ABC as well as with her West Pennant Hills Sports Club tennis interests where she was both a formidable competition tennis partner and opponent.