I was born in 1993 in Katowice, Poland. My profession is filmmaking and photography.

In 2012 I graduated from The Edward Abramowski Public Technical College in Katowice, receiving a title of the Photography Technician. Later on I took up studies at the Krzysztof Kieślowski Faculty of Radio and Television at University of Silesia. My major is Cinematography, Directing, and Art Photography.

I am an author of many photography essays, including 'Projekt: Dworzec' – a photocast which tells the story of the unique train station that the local government decided to destroy. My recent photo project 'The Mysterium' is vastly exhibited around various polish galleries. I am a director and cinematographer of many student short films such as: 'The Afterimage', 'The Afterglow', 'The Examination of Conscience', 'The Waves', and so on. My interests are sailing and paragliding.


What I seek in my work is the source of the disturbance - a feeling that makes us numb, unease, and forces us to do things we not only hate, but things we do not identify ourselves with. Most often the answer is lack of self-identity. The culture tries to bind us into the artificial needs, and desires, that crush the bridges between us, and our true life purpose. My intention is to illustrate this phenomenon. I believe, that we as a civilization are not yet lost, even though we truly cease to care about our spirit on everyday basis.