I had started my career as a professional musician. After having spent five years in the Lebanese National Symphonic Orchestra I was admitted to University of Miskolc. I gained my Master’s degree in Cultural Anthropology in 2011 with specialization in applied anthropology and documentary filmmaking under the guidance of Gyula Gulyás.
Since graduation, I am conducting long-term anthropological fieldworks on regular basis focusing on the everyday life of marginalized communities living in economically depressed regions of Hungary (Ormánság, Borsod county) and self-sufficient communities trying to articulate their values in the midst of the consumer society. The outcomes of these researches are realized as independent documentary films.
Currently, I am a PhD student at the Department of Ethnography and Cultural Anthropology of University of Pécs. My field of research is the examination of value systems and identity politics of self-organized communities.
As a lecturer, I am giving courses in Visual Anthropology and Application of Video Technics in Anthropological Inquiry at University of Miskolc.