Neda Ahmadi, a Tehran native, embarked on her creative journey at a technical high school for visual arts, later pursuing set and costume design for theatre at the Art University of Tehran. In 2014, she redirected her passion towards animation, earning a master's degree from the University of Arts in London and graduating with the poignant piece, "Gilgamesh."
Having relocated to Berlin, Neda delved into experimental animation, focusing on themes like mythology and folklore. An internship at Filmbilder Studio in Stuttgart and the prestigious Women Artist grant from the Senate of Berlin marked significant milestones in her career. Recently, her work has transitioned towards social justice and science documentary animation. Neda is set to enter the Open Workshop at Viborg, supported by the Danish Film Institute, where she will develop her upcoming animated documentary.