He is a graduate of the State Higher School of Music in Kraków, which he graduated with honors in 1976 in the bassoon class of prof. K. Siudmak. After graduation, he worked as the first bassoon player in the Pomeranian Philharmonic Orchestra, and from 1980 in the Baltic Philharmonic in Gdańsk. As an orchestral musician, from 1986 he also collaborated with the Wojciech Rajski Polish Chamber Philharmonic. He participated in international music festivals in Europe, in radio and television recordings. As a soloist and chamber musician, a member of, among others existing since 1982, the Gdańsk Brass Quintet, also the Reed Trio, and the Pro Musica Antiqua chamber ensemble founded and operating since 1992 under the patronage of the Museum of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn took part in concerts in the country and abroad. In addition to concert activities, he conducts methodological and interpretation courses in the field of chamber music and teaching to play the bassoon. He participated in the works appointed by the CEA, Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Commissions developing curricula, as well as programs of nationwide auditions for bassoonists. He is a juror of national and international chamber music and wind instrument competitions. On April 12, 2001, by the ordinance of the Minister of National Education, he was entered on the list of experts conducting qualification exams for teachers applying for professional promotion. He has been a professor at the Academy of Music in Gdańsk since 1995, and since November 2001 a full professor.