I am a biologist and have graduated from Jagiellonian University, Poland and Nottingham Trent University, UK. Presently, I am studying at UiT - The Arctic University of Norway, and working at The University Centre in Svalbard.
I am a self-taught adept of photography, working mainly on my personal projects located in the Arctic. Beyond topics embedded in 'Far man-north' and 'Cold-mediated silent spaces', I am interested in exploring diverse media in a broad scope of photographic techniques. At the moment, I focus mostly on different aspects of analog media and techniques, such as alternative recipes for film development or darkroom printing.
In fall 2017, I took an online course 'Building a personal body of work' at International Centre of Photography, USA, taught by Martine Fougeron, where I was developing conceptual and visual aspects of my project 'Far man-north'.
In spring 2018, I participated in a wet plate collodion workshop at The Photoscope in Copenhagen, organised by Lene Grinde and taught by Daniel Samanns.