about me

I am a visual artist and researcher living and working in St. Leonards-on-Sea in the South of England.

I was born in Gdańsk, into a family with artistic traditions. In 2006 I graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk, obtaining a master's degree in interior design. Shortly after I moved to England, where I continued my education at the University of Sussex, studying Arts and Cultural Management.

I have worked with screen print for many years before returning to my first passion, photography.
I am a graduate of the Sputnik Photos mentoring program, where I studied narrative structures and documentary strategies in photography (2019). In 2021 I completed a course on feminist photography run by International Centre of Photography in New York.

In 2022 I have successfully completed practice-based PhD programme at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. My current research interests include the relationship between photography, feminism and thread as well as the process of intervening in the material structure of photography.

I have exhibited widely both with screen prints and photography in England, Poland and Hungary. My photos have been shown at the International Biennale of Photography at BWA in Kielce in 2018 and during the Gdańsk Art Biennale in 2021.

In 2020 I qualified for the ShowOFF exhibition during Photomonth in Krakow.
In 2021 I received an honourable mention in the LENSCRATCH competition "Artist Intervenes". In 2023 I have been featured in the photography magazine Musee.
I was one of the finalists of the LensCulture’s art photography awards in 2023.

Since living in the South of England, where my family and I relocated in 2014,
I have been commissioned for various photography projects including by East Sussex County Council, creating a photo document on the town and its people, now exhibited in the town’s library. My work has been regularly published in Hastings Independent.