Glass is a challenge for the designer. Conscious design of glass patterns requires a good knowledge of technology. This process is largely dependent on the technical capabilities of the glassworks. They define the work of the designer, often limiting their imagination.
Knowledge of the glass processing process gives the full opportunity to design new patterns. Crossing borders. Discovering new ways of shaping utility patterns.
Creating new shapes, matching glass patterns to the needs of modern humanity – these are my goals as a glass designer.
Graduated with honours from the Faculty of Ceramics and Glass at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław (currently, the E. Geppert Academy of Art and Design), Poland, 2006 – he completed his diploma under the direction of Prof. Małgorzata Dajewska and Prof. Zbigniew Horbowy. In 2019, he received his doctorate at the same department.
He has received several design prizes and grants, such as Young Poland, the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage scholarship, Poland, 2007.
He worked as a designer in the Makora glassworks, Krosno, Poland, 2006–2007. In 2012–2018 he colaborated as a designer with the Milomax S.A., and the Glass Sphere sp. z o.o. glassworks, Krosno, Poland.Since 2009, he has been employed as a teacher in the Institute of Industrial Design, Koszalin University of Technology, Koszalin, Poland; after changing the name in w 2019 – the Faculty of Architekture and Design. A Visiting Professor at the Glass Department, the Faculty of Fine Arts, Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Turkey, 2008.
He has participated in 5 individual exhibitions in the Netherlands, Slovakia and Ukraine, and in about 20 group exhibitions in Poland, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Ukraine and Turkey,
He enjoys reading crime fiction and growing houseplants.