At the age of fifteen, I was admitted to the Folk Dance-Theater Dance Department of the Hungarian University of Dance (College att.), where I could deal with different branches of dance on a daily basis. After a successful final exam, I felt that I was not yet ready to start a professional career, so I continued my studies as a student of the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD).
Over the past few years, I have been able to test my performance values at many Hungarian and foreign companies, such as the Duda Éva Company, Central Europe Dance Theatre, Compagnie József Trefeli, Grotesque Gymnastics and Atelier21220, while I was lucky enough to work with nearly thirty choreographers. About two years ago, I felt it was the time to enrich my toolbox with other branches of eurhythmics. This is how I got in Imre Baross Circus Arts School Clown department, where I try to get the most out of myself as a performer learning pantomime, “Clown” techniques and also gaining knowledge of using props outside the educational framework (cyr wheel).