Born in Poland in 1978.
Studied Hungarian Literature at Jagellons University in Cracow.
First acquaintance with photography.
Moved to Paris in 2003. Studied French Literature and Art History at the Sorbonne.
Winner of the CROUS photo competition for students at the Sorbonne in 2007.
Black-and-white photos from the series ‘Reflections in Paris’ are projected against the facade of the Hôtel de Ville in May 2008.
Worked for Bogdan Paluszynski, Polish fashion photographer for Yves Saint Laurent, Kenzo, Yohji Yamamoto, Givenchy.
Inspired by the photography of Richard Avedon, Peter Lindbergh and Henri Cartier-Bresson.
‘Creation is the birth of something, and something cannot come from nothing. When someone creates something: a painting, a poem, a photograph, the creativity comes from an idea, from a feeling, from emotion, or from a combination of ideas, feelings and emotions that are somehow ‘reborn’ from all our experiences and perspectives.
‘Creativity is the desire to express ourselves. To formulate these expressions, we have to draw from our reservoir of experience, dreams, desires and experimentation and mix together what was, what is, and what could be…’
– Peter Lindbergh, New York, June 1996