I graduated from the drama department of Mihály Vörösmarty High School in Budapest, then went to Vraa Hojskole in Denmark and got more acquainted with textile and design. I returned to Hungary to study television programming at the University of Theatre and Film Arts. During my studies, my teachers and mentors, Krisztina Máté and András Bárdos advised me to participate in a casting and I immediately found myself in deep water. I worked as a presenter in several shows at RTL Klub, Magyar Televízió and Fem3 and for two years I have been a regular presenter of the morning show, Mokka at TV 2. All along my 10-year television career, I was lucky enough to meet people whose life was not only inspiring to me, but also embarked me on a journey that I’ve long been interested in: the world of documentary. Ever since I was a child, I have always wanted to tell stories on different platforms with different perspectives. It is an honor and also a great responsibility to be part of the curatorial team. I’m looking for and wanting to show projects that not only affect people but can also provide guidance. A path that makes you act and sets a good example. A direction of creativity, opportunity and development. Things that I believe in.
"It’s an honor and a great responsibility to be part of the Highlights of Hungary curatorial team. I look for and would like to show stories that not only affect people but may also lead a way. A way that leads to action and sets a good example. A way just like Highlights of Hungary’s. A direction of creativity, opportunity and development, in which I believe, too."