He graduated in 2007 from the University of Debrecen, where his master was Géza Seres. He works in the area of analog photography. He makes portraits and modified landscapes in black and white. His portraits draw attention to the disappearance of manual labour and his landscapes address environmental issues. His most important solo exhibitions were in Debrecen (2017) and in Esztergom (2020). His most important prizes include the special prize awarded by the municipality of Debrecen at the Debrecen Spring Festival (2015), the special prize of the Főnix Event Organising Non-profit Organisation (2018) and the prize awarded by the Association of Hungarian Photographers at the Photography Biennial of Esztergom (2018). He won the art grant of the National Cultural Fund of Hungary for the period of 2019–2020. He lives in Debrecen.
analog photograph taken with a medium-format camera, giclée print
40 x 40 cm