Associated professor at Faculty of Architecture, Silesian University of Technology, Poland. Main areas of scientific interest - landscape design, urban design, theory in architecture. Owner of design studio Pracownia HORTUS. In 1996 obtained his Ph.D. with thesis: Rebuilding of the greenery of densely populated settlements in industrial cities of Upper Silesia, Katowice case study, with the use of computer method of plant selection. In 2014 DSc degree upon monograph: Modelled nature - naturalistic elements in urban planning. Commission for conservation of historical greenery. Author of 54 and co-author of 11 scientific publications (5 individual monographs), 16 scientific notifications, 5 popular books and other publications. Author of 162 landscape architecture designs, 14 expertises and 41 greenery inventories (including 2 inventories of botanical garden in Zabrze). Leading designer of 29 designs of new parks and squares. Main works: Recomposition of greenery of two districts - Ligota and Koszutka in Katowice; Conception plan for Silesian Botanical Garden in Mikolow; co-author of multi-option conception plan for development of postindustrial area of „Turow” brown coal mine, Belchatow; Greenery for Akademicka Street in Gliwice; Hill Antonia Park - zinc spoil heap in Ruda Śląska; park of Silesian Center for Rehabilitation and Health in Rabka; co-author of Greenery design for Copernicus Science Centre in Warszawa - Discovery Park and Garden on the roof. Recent monograph: Connotations in architecture - On the Art of Observation of Associations Drawn from Culture.