Hi, I’m Paul: fixer, researcher, translator for Romania and Moldova.

I set up, research, translate and help produce stories in Romania and Moldova for foreign journalists/film crews/documentary makers. I’ve worked for the BBC, The Times, The New York Times. They chose me because I am quick, reliable, have great contacts and see solutions, not problems. I am a one-stop-shop for all your needs, from finding the perfect filming location and booking your accommodation to accessing an interview with anyone, from the Prime Minister to a member of the Roma community.


Fixer in Romania: quick, smart, reliable

When you want a good report, a documentary or a film in another country, things don’t just happen. You need someone smart enough to find people, good enough to convince them and reliable to get the job done.

Researcher: save time and money

So you’ve just arrived in Bucharest/Cluj/Iasi/Chisinau and only have three days to finish your news report or film trailer. A few hours of research prior to your arrival can help you have an efficient schedule, interesting meetings and the best accommodation in town.

Translator: Romanian to English

In a country with such diverse people, you need someone to adapt their level of conversation to every situation, from chatting to normal people from villages to translating interviews with high officials.

There’s nothing impossible to solve for a fixer in Romania: there’s just too little will, time or money.