is one of the most outstanding Polish
composers of his generation. His compositions encompass contemporary classical music, film music, theatre music, songs and original television music.
Emotive and powerful, his film soundtracks
create a proper ambiance as well as tell the story. His watermark is to combine contemporary electronic sounds with traditional instruments, which makes his compositions sound original and unique.
His contemporary classical scores are well
known for their expressiveness, textural and formal invention, and individual postmodern approach. His music is highly sought after by critics, performers and the audiences, being frequently performed at major contemporary music events.
He graduated from the composition faculty
of the Frederic Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw and from the Royal Academy of Music in London.
He has written scores for some of the
biggest Polish blockbusters of recent years (an audience of over 10 million in Poland) and for several independent US productions.
In 2019 he received ‘Best Score’ award
at the ‘New Filmmakers LA Awards’ in Los Angeles for his music to ‘Alaska is a Drag’ dir. by Shaz Bennett. In the same year he received nomination for ‘Crystal Pine Award’ at the International Sound and Film Music Festival in Croatia for the music to ‘What a country!’ dir. by Vinko Bresan.
He received three nominations for
the Polish Film Academy Award - ‘Eagles’ in the category ‘Best Music’ for the scores to ‘the Photographer’ dir. by Waldemar Krzystek (2016) and ‘Humble Servants’ and ‘Servants of War’ dir. by Mariusz Gawrys (2017, 2020).
His contemporary classical music has been
awarded at many musical contests, including two international (in Czech Republic and Germany).
In February 2012 he received a nomination
for ‘Frederic’ - the Polish Music Industry Award in ‘Best Composer of the Year’ category.