Meet the Facilitators

Agam Darshi

AGAM DARSHI was born in England and raised in Canada and now resides with her husband and twin boys in Los Angeles, California. 

Agam is an international award winning actress, director and writer, whose artistic journey spans over 20 years. She has worked alongside acclaimed talents including Oscar nominated director Deepa Mehta and Emmy winner Ava Duvernay, to name a few. 

In 2022 Agam debuted her feature film Donkeyhead, that she wrote, produced, directed and starred in, on Netflix to critical acclaim. She won numerous awards including best lead actress, and best screenplay at the Leo Awards in 2022, best director at 43rd Durban International Film Festival, and best lead actress at the UBCP/ACTRA awards. 

Agam co-created a series entitled Our Big Punjabi Family, a half hour single cam comedy that won Best International Series at Series Fest 2023. Agam has continued directing for television, and developing her own projects. 

In 2019 she developed and performed a one-woman show entitled Burning Point. She performed the 75 minute piece playing 15 characters to acclaim in Vancouver BC. 

Agam is a recipient of the illustrious Film Independent Project Involve 2020 Fellowship in Los Angeles as a writer and she is the co- founder of VISAFF (now ISAFF): The International South Asian Film Festival which is currently in its 14th year.

Currently Agam is starring in The CW series Sight Unseen, as Sunny Patel.

With an insatiable curiosity for art, Agam has learned how to perfect techniques to enable her to balance numerous projects and show up for her craft, day after day while exploring a variety of mediums. 

A life long seeker of personal growth, Agam has been studying meditation and the science of manifestation for decades. Sacred Creativity Camp is a manifestation come true. Agam is thrilled to be offering this special week-long journey to the world, alongside her dear friend and coach Orsy Szabo.

Orsy Szabo

ORSY SZABO grew up in Europe and moved to Canada as a teenager. With the exception of a couple of years in New York City, she has called Vancouver home.  She is fluent in Hungarian and German. 

Orsy is a coach and filmmaker. She wrote, starred and co-produced the short film In The Deep, which is airing on CBC. She previously produced and starred in Lillian Code, which was nominated for 7 Leo Awards. Orsy starred in Nimisha Mukerji's The Arrival Hour, which won the Fan Favourite RBC Emerging Filmmakers Competition at TIFF. She won STORYHIVE Season One with Lead & Follow, which she directed, produced and co-wrote.

Her short documentary Authentic Kids won the Whistler Film Festival Canon Hi5 short film challenge. Her raw food feature length documentary Lélek, premiered at the Green Lifestyle Film Festival in Los Angeles. 

Orsy holds a BA in Theatre from UBC and an MA in Acting from The New Actors Workshop in NYC. During her time in NYC, Orsy was involved with LAByrinth Theatre, creating original work in an acting, writing and directing capacity. Additionally she works as an Acting Coach for many of Vancouver’s Talent, like Agam Darshi. Recently she directed Alexz Johnson's Heart Like That Music Video and acted in Coded the web-series. Both can be viewed on STORYHIVE, Telus Optik and enRoute Air Canada.

Orsy's other passion has always been health, being a lifelong vegetarian. She studied at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition and is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist. Orsy has completed a 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training as well as earning a Life Coaching Certification. 

In her private life, she is obsessed with adventuring, seeking every opportunity to be outside. Orsy has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, run over 100 miles in a day and completed a half Ironman. 

Driven by her curiosity, she has also taken part in a 10 day silent meditation and done a 21 day water fast. Orsy is a seeker and is willing to try anything once. 

Celebrating Agam's win for Best Actress at UBCP Awards 2022

Orsy directed Agam's one-woman show Burning Point 2017

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