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Graduate of the Łódź Film School at the cameramen faculty (1998). He also completed the Masterclass for DOP camera operator workshops in Budapest. During his film school years he received many international awards for his film etudes, including the Silver Tadpole at the Camerimage festival in Poland for his film “Sposób na Moravię” (A Method for Moravia). The film also took part in the young talents review at the Cannes Film Festival. For the short film titled “Antychryst” (“Antichrist”) (2002) directed by Adam Guziński, he received the award for cinematography at the European Short Film Festival in Stuttgart-Ludwigsburg (2003), while the film itself was submitted for an Oscar after receiving the Grand Prix at the Bilbao festival (2002). In 2006 he debuted as a director and screenwriter with a feature film “Pod powierzchnią” (The Underneath). He collaborated with the TVN Television station and Polish National Television.

Currently he primarily works as a cinematographer and director of documentaries, of which he realized several dozen, as well as feature films. In recent years he was responsible for cinematography for feature films, such as: “Oszukanie” (Deceit), directed by Marcin Solarz and “Bokser” (Boxer) (2012) directed by Tomasz Blachnicki, as well as documentaries: „Bartoszewski. Droga” (Bartoszewski. The Road) (2011) directed by Artur Więcek, „Boris Dorfman – A Mentsh” (2014) directed by Uwe and Gabriela von Seltmann and “Endrju” (2014) directed by Tomasz Blachnicki and Robert N. Wachowiak.

 

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