I was born in Czestochowa, Poland on November the 20th 1986 – in the city located at the north side of the biggest climbing area in Poland - Jura. It was only a matter of time before I started to climb and explore the outdoor possibilities of the area. During my teenage years climbing became my true passion.
I was inspired by the rocks around and was always eager to climb another eye-catching line. As soon as I got my first camera from my father, who is also a photographer, I found out the great joy in creating long-lasting memories by shooting pictures.
Both – climbing and photography – can be symbiotic, and since I was able to get some first good looking shots at an early age, I became more and more passionate about taking a camera at the crag every time.
Nowadays I'm still an active climber trying to spend free time either at the crag or in the mountains. A couple of years ago, I quit my job as a web analyst and decided to take a chance of being a full-time photographer. I'm focused mostly on the outdoor world, trying to picture passionate people doing what makes them happy - be it climbing, mountaineering or any other activity.
With every picture, I'm trying to show something more than just an athlete. As photographers, we have only one frame that freezes just a split of a second, and it's important to show something more in it. With every shot I make, I always try to create an image that will look great in large format on the wall.