For years I've been thinking, I would love to be able taking pictures with a blink of my eye... then Google Glass turns out and I've realised that it was the worst dream ever. My respect for privacy makes my wife smile when I am looking for something and she replies it's in her hand bag. I bring the bag and ask her to take it out for me...

Whatever job or personal project, staying focus is a common thing for all of them.

Working as a Picture Editor in the biggest polish newspaper taught me that when short deadline comes, stress goes up to the roof and any lack of focus may ruin photoshoot or publication. Same while working with plenty of time on hand, the relaxation may put your focus to sleep. Be aware...

Some photographic shoots calm me down, like an interiors or architecture and other rise my adrenaline like protests or ... weddings. Yes, I do weddings. From time to time. When asked. But not more than three per year. It would give me a heart attack if I did it more often, such a demanding and challenging experience. I like it tho. Big day comes with massive responsibility - to paraphrase Uncle Ben or Voltaire or whoever first used it.

My first memory of taking serious photograph was when I was not bigger than swans I've been cupturing on the negative. It turned out that I had multiexposed the frame dozen times. Next day, I found out what the emulsion is, how the light reacts with silver and at the end, why I should wind the film after exposure the frame. Understanding the subject I am working on or with is a must for me.

My client list includes some of the well known names like: Gentleman's Journal, Revolution Magazine, Voque (UK), Watch Club London, Gazeta Wyborcza, Tygodnik Powszechny, Breguet, Rough Magazine and more.