Ewa Meissner was born in Warsaw, Poland, in 1971.  In 2000-2005, she studied journalism at the Faculty of Political Science at Collegium Civitas in Warsaw.  Co-founder and documentary photographer of the Napo Images agency. Member of Press Club Poland.

Fujifilm Ambassador in Poland.

She worked as a curator and co-organizer of photo exhibitions with the Center for Contemporary Art, the Old Gallery of the Association of Polish Art Photographers, the Royal Castle in Warsaw,
the Center of Japanese Art and Technology "Manngha" in Crakow.
Since 2010, she has been lecturing press photography, the history of fashion photography and
the history of Japanese photography at the Institute of Journalism of the University of Warsaw.
Photo editor of photo books; "BEBOK"  by Karolina Jonderko, "ECHO" by Maksymilian Rigamonti, "The STAKE" by Maksymilian Rigamonti, "Stigma" by Adam Lach, "Two Tailed dog" by Michal Adamski, "Message" by Maciej Jeziorek, "Some Things are Quieter Than Others" by Jacek Fota,  "N.Y.C.#02" by Wojtek Wieteska, among others.
Author of the blog Polish Documentary Photography Links (PDPL on Facebook) where she promotes Polish documentary photography.
Her photography works, oscillating between sociological - documentary photography
and street photography, were exhibited in Poland, France, the Czech Republic, England
and the United States.
contact: (+48) 694 704 581, meissner@napoimages.com