I was born in the town of Kecskemét in Hungary. I graduated from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts (1992–1997) majoring in textile conservation.
Over the years I have learned many traditional handicraft techniques. I have extensively studied the craft of embroidery and lace-making (needle lace, pillow lace, macramé, braiding etc.).
In my work I use only natural materials of vegetable origin: yarns, threads, textiles, as well as tree branches, roots, fruits and seeds. I often make the moulded parts of my pictures from ceramic material.
I combine various techniques in my works, thus traditional handicraft is complemented with natural wood and ceramic material to form the image.
Design is a significant part of the creative process because I have to think through not only the visual appearance of the work but its overall structure and the order of the individual steps. Lace-making is an extremely time consuming occupation; it takes several days just to complete a small piece.
I would like to use the website to introduce myself in the field of popular wall decor (wall sculpture) in classical and modern interior design.