He defended his dissertation project in 2010 at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, where he majored in sculpture under the tutelage of Pál Sándor Lakatos,Zoltán Karmó and Ádám Farkas. From the same year he became a resident and active member of the Szolnok Art Colony. Since 2014 he has been an organiser of the Bronze Sculpture Symposium of Szolnok, and since 2019 deputy president of the Hungarian Sculptor Society. He creates his works from the traditional, noble materials of sculpture. He has participated in many solo and group exhibitions. His sculptures feature in the collections of the Damjanich Museum in Szolnok and in the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest.
63 × 20 × 9 cm