Born in 1976. BA in Journalism from the University of Wroclaw. Student at the Film and TV Direction Department of the Lodz Film School and at the Wajda School in Warsaw. The segment “Pomerania” in “Ode to Joy” was his feature film debut. In 2005, “Polityka” magazine nominated him for the Polityka’s Passport Award in the category Film. The same year, “Sukces” magazine nominated him for the Bulls Award in the category Debut.
2000: Birthday (short film, the Grand Prix award at the Off Cinema Festival in Poznan, 1st prize at the Smofi Festival in Krakow, the Grand Prix award at the Opat Film Festival in Kołobrzeg); 2001: European City (documentary short, the Grand Prix award at the Opat Film Festival in Kołobrzeg, the Grand Prix award at the Smofi Festival in Kraków, 1st prize and Journalists Award at the International Independent Film Festival OFFensiva in Wroclaw, 1st prize in the competition of the Solidarity Centre Foundation); 2002: The Real Show (short film); Family Business (documentary short); 2003: The End of a Fairy Tale (short film, the award in The Independent Cinema Competition at the 10th Film and Art Festival SUMMER OF FILMS in Kazimierz); The Great Run (documentary short); 2005: The Siberian Guide (documentary, the Rector of Boleslaw Markowski Higher School of Commerce Award at the ONPFD “Nurt” in Kielce, 2005; the President of the Polish Filmmakers Association Award at the Krakow Film Festival, 2006; special mention at the MDFD “Rozstaje Europy”, Lublin, 2006; the Silver Spire in the category Documentary at the International Independent Film Festival OFFensiva in Wroclaw); Pomerania [in:] Ode to Joy (the Special Prize of the Jury at the 30th Polish Film Festival in Gdynia; the Audience Award at the PPFF “Debiuty” in Konin; The Special Prize of the Jury and Journalists Award at the KSF MŁODZI I FILM in Koszalin, 2006)