My adventure with art started early. My father, also a sculptor, used to take me to his and his colleagues’ exhibitions. Ever since I can remember, I was helping in his workshop, learning the process of creating sculptures, but it was always imitative work. I knew that besides his character, I had inherited his talent. However, my explorations and rethinks about art were very independent and personal and I wanted to be an artist in my own way. I think you have to be born, not learn, to be an artist! My interest in history and culture led me to study archeology at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland, graduating in 2012. Eager to expand my view of the world, I left home and my father’s workshop and moved to London in 2014. Wanting to create and build, I became a Tower Crane Operator, which also gives me the pleasure of observation...and adrenalin! Coming to London, the capital of art, matured me enough to realize my own projects, and at the end of the day, follow in my father’s footsteps.