Born in 1976 in Krakow. Graduate of the Cinematography Department of the Polish Film School in Łódź. Cinematographer and director.
A graduate of the Cinematography Department of the Polish Film School in Łódź, he is a cinematographer and director.
He made several short films of his own, two of which, Claire and Kręgi snu / Circle of Dreams, have been awarded the Golden Tadpole (an award given to film students) at the Festival of the Art of Cinematography "Camerimage". He is the cinematographer in many documentaries and a number of feature films. In 2002, for his cinematography in Męska sprawa / A Man Thing, Godfrejów, along with director Sławomir Fabicki, was nominated for an Oscar in the best Live Action Short Film category. The cinematography in Męska sprawa also brought him the award at the International Short Film Festival in Clermont-Ferrand. In 2003, he was nominated for Felix - the European Film Award - in the best cameraman category for the cinematography in Hans-Christian Schmid's Lichter. In 2006, during the Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia, he won the best cinematography award for Sławomir Fabicki's Z odzysku / Retrieval. In 2007 he worked on Grzegorz Pacek's debut fiction feature Środa, czwartek rano / Wednesday, Thursday Morning, a drama about a casual meeting of two 30-year olds on the day of the Warsaw Uprising anniversary. His latest film made in Poland is Marta Plucińska's Kochaj! / Love! (2016). In Germany he worked on movies such as Hans Christian Schmid's Requiem (2005) and Storm (2009) and Barbara Albert's Die Lebenden (2012).
- 1998 Człowiekamera / Cameraman
- 1998 Nowofilm / Newfilm
- 1999 Claire (Golden Tadpole for cinematography at the "Camerimage" festival in Torun, 1999)
- 2000 Kręgi snu / Circle of Dreams
- 2001 Męska sprawa / A Man Thing
- 2003 Lichter
- 2005 Z odzysku / Retrieval
- 2007 Środa czwartek rano / Wednesday Thursday Morning
- 2009 Storm
- 2016 Kochaj! / Love!
Source: from the catalogue "Young Polish Cinema"; published by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute June 2007; updated: August 2016.