A graduate of the L. Solski State Higher Theatre School in Cracow. He continued his education in the Czech Republic at Janačkova Uměni Music Academy in Brno. Currently a student at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, the Vocal and Acting Department. Twice a scholarship holder of The Sapere Auso Małopolska Foundation (for outstanding artistic achievements) and scholarship holder of the Z.W. Pokus Support the Education of Youth from Rural Areas Foundation. He is currently on a scholarship at the prestigious Royal Academy of Music in London. He played, among others, in the Polish premiere of the farce-vaudeville “The Pinsk gentry” directed by M. Pinihin (The Rampa Theatre in Warsaw), in the world premiere of “The Little Lord” the musical by S. Markwick directed by J. Szydłowski at the Krakow Opera, and The Radio Krakow radio play “Wesele” by S. Wyspiański directed by A. Seweryn. On stage, he also appeared in the music and dance performance “Tango Piazzolla” directed by W. Mazurkiewicz and R. Talarczyk, and “Awantura o Basię” musical directed by C. Domagała at the Rampa Theatre in Warsaw. Since March 2013, he has been an actor-singer in the Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic, where he performs in musicals: “Korczak” Ch. Williams, “The Phantom of the Opera” by A. Lloyd Webber, “Fiddler on the Roof” by J. Bock and “Doctor Zhivago” L. Simon, in G. Verdi’s “Traviata” by and G. Bizet’s “Carmen,” as well as in J. Strauss’s operetta “Die Fledermaus.” He creates characters in musical fairy tales: Jaś in love and cruel Imć Bombasta in “Puss in Boots” directed by B.A. Bielenia, Detective in “The Case of the Little R.R. Hood” directed by J. Schabowska, as well as Kaczorek in M. Urbanek’s “The Ugly Ducklet,” Adonis the Parrot in “Adonis Has a Guest” by F. Apke, and numerous characters in the “Jungle Book” (all three directed by J. Szydłowski). He sings and dances in “Back in the Day” dance comedy played by the Fair Play Crew. He created the character of Romeo in the musical performance “Romeo and Juliet” directed by K. Deszcz at the Dramatic Theatre in Bialystok. He played the role of Bolesław Herbert and Zbigniew Herbert in the mathematical opera “Paradoxical Distribution of the Sphere” directed by R. Kołakowski—the premiere took place at the Impart Art Centre in Wrocław. Since October 2017, he has been an actor in the „Roma” Music Theatre in Warsaw, where he plays Jeremy, a Warsaw University student in “Pilots,” a musical directed by. W. Kępczyński. In addition to acting, the artist tries his hand at directing. He was the assistant director in such plays as “Fiddler on the Roof,” “The Magic Flute” and “Adonis Has a Guest,” as well as “Carmen.”