I was born in 1979 in Warsaw, but I have tied my life with Lublin. I am a graduate of the history and history of art at the Catholic University of Lublin and I earned a doctorate of history at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. I have completed training and lectures at the University of Reykjavík in Iceland, University of Nordland in Bodø in Norway, University of Bosphorus in Istanbul in Turkey and University of the Azores in Ponta Delgada in Portugal. I am a lecturer at the Open University of KUL and the University of the Third Age in Lublin. I have written several dozen scientific and popular science articles in the field of artistic craftsmanship, numismatics and medallic art, as well as copyright in art and Scandinavian art. I have participated in many scientific conferences and received a scholarship from the Mayor of Lublin. I was an actor of Leszek Mądzik’s Art Scena KUL, thanks to which I participated in numerous theatre festivals. I also worked at the Art Gallery of the Visual Stage on the organization and arrangement of exhibitions. Travelling is my passion, so I’m often on the road. The results of my travel are meetings and photography exhibitions.
I often show tourists around Lublin as a PTTK guide. I am the originator and organizer of East est — the Festival of Eastern Travels in Lublin, where the greatest travellers, writers and artists working around the broadly understood Orient meet. I recently climbed Toubkal (4167 m above sea level) — the highest peak in North Africa. And just before the pandemic, I visited one of the farthest places from Poland — Easter Island.