He graduated in 2008 with a degree in sculpture from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, under the tutelage of Pál Kő. His sculptures form a bridge between the classical, archaic sculptural thinking and today’s innovative, stratified visual-spatial approach. He incorporates new materials and tools into his mode of expression, further intensifying the plasticity of his works with colours, light and even projection. The awards garnered by his works include the Finta, Silver Javelin and Junior Prima awards. His creations can be found in private and public collections from Asia to America, as well the New Museum in Mexico and the Elgiz Museum in Istanbul.
90 × 77 × 46 cm