Born in Warsaw, Poland, 1974.

Lives and works in Warsaw.
Studied in European Faculty of Arts in Warsaw.

In 1999 has obtained MA with Honours in graphic design (Prof. Julian Pałka) with appendix in painting (Prof. Antoni Kowalski)

Two-time recipient of the Ministry’s of Culture and Cultural Heritage scholarship. Author of 11 individual exhibitions as well as participant of collective exhibitions in Poland and abroad.

Laureate of Polish national competition “Obraz 2000”, participant of XV triennial - International Independent Exhibition of Prints, Kanagawa, Japan, and participant of painting exhibition at Svenstein Museum, Netherlands.



2017   Individual exhibition “Embodiment”, Ney Gallery & Prints, Warsaw, Poland
2016   Group exhibition “Confrontation 2016”, KDK Gallery, Konstancin, Poland
2015   Group exhibition “Confrontation 2015”, KDK Gallery, Konstancin, Poland

2014   Individual exhibition “Above Sea Level”, Rathaus Gallery, Denzlingen, Germany
2013   Individual exhibition “Map - Territory”, MiTO Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2011   Group exhibition “Art Now”, Bochenska Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2008   Individual exhibition “Magic Places”, Museum Svenstein, Holland
2005   Individual exhibition “Unknown Islands". Luksfera Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2004   Atelier opening in historic factory in Warsaw (Old Praga), Poland
2003   Group exhibition  “Never-Ending Holidays”. Ateneum Gallery. Warsaw, Poland
2003   Group exhibition  „Prints and Sculptures”. Ateneum Gallery. Warsaw, Poland
2002   Post- competition group presentation „ Revue of  Warsaw Paintings”, Poland
2002   Individual exhibition. "Year 3002", Eljot Gallery. Warsaw, Poland
2002   Group exhibition „Supermarket of ART”. ZPAP Gallery. Warsaw, Poland
2001   Collective show: „Open Doors”, ZPAP Gallery, Warsaw, Poland                  
2001   Post-competition exhibition of works during Triennale of Graphics. Kanagawa, Japan
2001   Individual exhibition “Landscape and Portraits”. Red Onion Gallery. Warsaw, Poland
2000   1st- price in competition: „Painting 2000” under Polish-Japanish Foundation in the name of Miyauchi