My first influence in photography comes from my grandfather’s stills. As his declining health rendered him unable to work, he rediscovered himself through photography, focusing in the environment of the Polish countryside and its inhabitants. 


      I was raised in a block of flats in a rural area close to Kraków, during the last years of the Soviet Union, a turbulent period in the history of Poland. At the age of nine, my family moved to Spain and its vibrant culture reshaped my frame of mind.


     Searching through forms, space and time, I am inclined to reject reality: its logic and physicality confuse me to a large degree, demanding me to look at it from a different angle. I am deeply absorbed by the concept of the unreal, devoting my work to capture the most unusual scenarios.