I was born in Poland and grew up in a little town near Krakow. I had a wonderful childhood spent playing in the mud,
chasing mice in potato fields, climbing cherry trees, reading and drawing.
In my teenage years I decided to study architecture and in 2006 I graduated from Krakow’s University
of Technology. It was during my first years as an architect that I discovered my passion for detailed but not necessarily technical drawings. The idea of
switching from architecture to art was born and has been nagging at me ever since.
A few years ago, when my first daughter Emma was born, the spirit of my childhood days caught up with me. I started to
play in the mud, climb and run around again. Emma and Hanna, my second daughter, offered the perfect cover for me.
But most importantly at this time, I gathered up all my courage and decided to devote myself fully to drawing
and painting for children.