Took up playwriting as a Marine in Southern California and spent the next decade supporting his habit with jobs as a carpenter, programmer, fisherman, teacher, before settling on a career in Polish and German translation. Along the way, he wrote and directed plays in Krakow, Berlin and London, earned a Masters in philosophy from the Jagiellonian University and studied directing at the Polish National Film School in Lodz. In 2014 he moved to Los Angeles, where he crewed on half a dozen films at AFI, produced several plays and shot his first feature. He currently lives in Astoria, Queens. Recent New York productions include Squatters, Washed in the Blood and The Jail at Philippi. He also writes reviews for NY-based theatre blogs ArtsIndependent and OuterStage.