Adviser on historical gardens to the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland
M.Sc. landscape architect, specialist in historic gardens. Author of numerous revaluations and studies for historical residences in Poland (carried out under the banner of Hortus Excelsior). He collaborated with the Swiss landscape architecture studio VOGT Landschaftsarchitekten AG Berlin branch, among others, on the design documentation for Lohsepark Hafencity in Hamburg and with Brandenburgische Schlösser GmbH on the implementation phase of the revaluation of the palace park in Altdöbern. Over the period 2016-2019, he completed accompanying internships in the field of garden heritage management at the Stiftung Preussische Schlösser und Gärten in Potsdam and at Historic Royal Palaces (Hampton Court, Kensington, Kew).
From 2015 to 2021, he headed the Garden Department of the former royal garden in Wilanów - Warsaw where, in addition to coordinating the day-to-day care of the garden, he developed the restoration documentation and oversaw the implementation of its subsequent stages. In 2021, he started working with the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland as an adviser on historical gardens where he is responsible for restoration activities in the surroundings of the residence of the President of the Republic of Poland.
He is co-founder of the Eduard Petzold European Centre for Garden Art (ECSO).
Since 2020, he has been pursuing doctoral research on garden art in Warsaw during the reign of the Wettin family at the Technical University of Dresden. Since 2017, he has been associated with the European Route of Historic Gardens (ERHG) - a cultural route of the Council of Europe and has been its vice-president since 2020. He is also a member of the German Society for Garden Art and Landscape Culture (DGGL) Berlin-Brandenburg branch and the DGGL working group on historic gardens. He is also affiliated with the Dresden Historical Society (DGV). Since 2023 he is a member of a Landscape Architecture Association (SAK).