He graduated in Design from MOME in 2010. He started teaching 3D modelling in the same year. Since then he has started teaching in other areas as well. He has always been interested in innovation, and in 2013, in parallel with teaching 3D modelling, he started a course entitled Innovative Materials and Technologies, which he developed himself and still runs today. He started his doctorate in 2015 and completed it in 2021 with an innovative plan. He designed a search light for rescue teams that not only facilitates effective search operations but also helps reduce mental stress. Since 2018, he has been teaching a design course alongside 3D and innovative classes. Many of his students have achieved international success with designs they made in the classroom.
He started working in lighting design during his university years and became a senior designer for a well-known Hungarian industrial lighting company. Lighting has always been a big part of his life and he has worked for the UN Refugee Agency as a lighting expert. His doctoral thesis was also on lighting and he is still involved with lighting design. In addition to light, using innovative materials is very important to him. He has been working on smart furniture projects since 2015, and in 2018 he participated as an IoT researcher in a MOME research and development project. He was the professional lead of the VR application design team for the World Wildlife Expo 2020, which was designed and implemented by MOME.