Maggie Eudes is a Director of Photography (DOP) based in Melbourne, born and raised in Paris, France.
Maggie has been a DOP on a range of branded content, corporate videos, short & feature documentaries as well as several music videos.
Recently, Maggie has completed the cinematography for the feature documentary ‘Trailblazers’ – currently in post production. The film follows the achievements of the Australian Women’s National Football Team on and off the field from its first captain in 1979 all the way to the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup on home soil. This project took Maggie to several countries following players such as Sam Kerr, Ellie Carpenter, Steph Catley or Mary Fowler across France, England, Sweden and more.
She has worked in camera departments across a range of Australian television shows including Mustangs F.C. (ABC), Five Bedrooms (Channel 10) and Hungry Ghosts (SBS) as well as sports broadcasting for the Australian Open, FIFA and the World Surf League.
A passion for Football has taken Maggie around the globe as she played at a semi-professional level in France and Canada before joining the Australian women’s national premier league. Maggie currently plays for premier league club Boroondara Eagles FC.
Outside of sports related content, Maggie has a keen interest in working with non-profit organisations, government agencies or other B-corps organisations to tell impact driven screen stories across mental health, women’s rights, education or philanthropy.