He was born on 23.6.1973 in Bratislava. He graduated in film and television directing at VŠMU in Bratislava (1996- 2000) and has pursued a career in this area. He has made more than twenty authorʼs documentaries and is author and director of two short-length feature films. He made the full-length feature film Dlhá krátka noc (Long Short Night, 2003, 90 min) – for which he also wrote the musical score – for Slovak Television. The film won the Igric Award and three awards at IFF Artfilm Trenčianske Teplice 2004. His next film was a full-length documentary about Slovak musical legend Dežo Ursíny called Momentky (Snapshots, 2008, 90 min) which was screened at the 44. IFF Karlovy Vary in the Musical Odyssey section and was nominated for the 2009 Central European Silver Eye award at IDF Jihlava. He has been engaged in directing television literature magazine programmes for several years.

He is author of three collections of stories, novellas and a set of scripts. His first novel Šepkár (The Prompter, 2008) was the Slovak nomination for the Prix du livre Européen and an excerpt from the novel was published in the Best of European Fiction 2010 anthology. His second novel Blíženci a protinožci (Twins and Antipodeans) was short-listed for the Anasoft Litera 2010 Award; it is currently being translated into Bulgarian and German.