Despite his education (MA degree in History) Robert Zygmuntowski’s passion for moving images and his technical skills had led him to work with film equipment. For five years he worked for the second biggest Polish company renting cameras, lenses and grip equipment for film productions. He supervised the usage of and serviced the equipment and accessories. Throughout this time he acquired expertise in servicing 35mm and 16mm ARRI and Moviecam cameras. He supervised preparation of the equipment for a large number of Polish and foreign feature films, commercials, and students’ films, including, among others: "Prawdziwa historia Juro Janosika i Tomasa Uhorczika" (A True History of Juro Janosik and Tomas Uhorczik) directed by Agnieszka Holland and Katarzyna Adamik, DOP Paweł Štrba, "Warsaw Dark" directed by Christopher Doyle, DOP Rain Li, "Sleepiness" directed by Magdalena Piekorz, DOP Marcin Koszałka or “It’s a Free World” directed By Ken Loach, DOP Nigel Willoughby and many more up till now. He also worked as a loader on numerous film sets. Recently he undertook film producing with a first successful outcome – a documentary film by Katarzyna Trzaska “Maksimum przyjemnosci” (Maximum Pleasure) co-produced with Polish National Television Channel 2. Apart from film he loves history, punk music and mountain trekking.