Cinematographer with over 30 years of experience working for feature films, TV-shows, short films, TV commercials and documentaries. Worked on productions winning, among others, the Prix Europa and Prix Italia (“Gaudiopolis” 1989) and Venice Film Festival (“Dinner” 2008).
Also, has a wide experience in directing feature films, short films, TV movies and TV commercials.
Member of the Hungarian Cinematographers Association and Association of Hungarian Directors.
1977-1985 camera assistant, focus puller, camera operator
1985-1991 Director of Photography – Hungarian TV
From 1991 free-lance cinematographer, free-lance director
From 2000 teaching at University of Theatre and Film Arts
2016 DLA degree (The Intentional Statement in Filmmaking)
2013-2017 assistant professor at University of Theatre and Film Arts
From 2017 associate professor at University of Theatre and Film Arts
From 2017-2019 Hungarian course director and teacher of the Arts of Cinematography and Master Degree Project modules at ViewFinder (Joint Master international programme)