I received my diploma at the designer department of Institute of Applied Arts, Sopron, Hungary, specializing in silicate technology. During my study, I obtained two fellowships: one to the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław, Poland where I received comprehensive knowledge from the glass faculty. I collected further experiences from the same area of expertise in Ústí nad Labem, at the J. E. Purkyne University.
The technology process of my masters degree work is patent-protected in Hungary. Participant of exhibitions in and outside of Hungary. Recipient of international and national awards.
My intention is to create such forms, structures that could take shape independently, by nature. One of the important parts is to conserve the process of formation that is to avoid any kind of interference.
There are two materials that bring on that structure I used to compose my works. I immersed the hot molten wax into cold water. In the course of the immersing, the wax slowly jellifies as it contacts the water. The ideal devices, and medium needed to make special, varied structures that always keep some surprise.