Born in 1979. Since early age interested in fact that the human sees the space in a manner perhaps not available to other beings. This special ability relates to noticing the symbolic dimension of reality. Subjectively, the flirtation of light and mind has always intrigued him the most, as well as the relation of man-nature-sacred. Mostly focused on landscape (as the most open physical and semantic field) but does not avoid any other -scapes. He photographs using intuition, imagination and hope. Additional equipment is important to him only if it works. Reading the famous phrase “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy” is pleased that in the 21st century there are still plenty of them. You are cordially invited to participate in this virtual tour.
1999-2004 MEd in Polish studies (language & literature), Pedagogical University, Krakow, Poland.
2002-2003 FD in journalism (parallel studies), Pedagogical University, Krakow, PL.
2012 Land-Scapes, Photography Gallery (Galeria Fotografii), Krakow, PL.
2011 The iconosphere of non-obviousness, Rabka-Zdrój, PL (Paweł Gomolka – Eastern Orthodox Icons, Krzysztof Ligeza – photographs).
2013 Presence among the Absent, Polish-Slovak Centre, Gorlice, PL.
2012 XVII Biennial of Mountain Photography, Karkonoskie Museum, Jelenia Góra, PL.
2011 Romantic, Photography Gallery (Galeria Fotografii), Kraków, PL.
2010 Landscape Photographer of the Year 2010, National Theatre, London, United Kingdom.
2010 Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year 2009, Earls Court, London & National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, UK.
2014-2015 You do not know your own – photographic workshops, lectures & exhibitions (organiser, lecturer & exhibitions curator).
2012 Prix de la Photo, Paris, France (photograph from Trees-Shadows-Dreaming series).
2011 International Photography Awards, Los Angeles, USA (photograph from Trees-Shadows-Dreaming series).
2010 Landscape Photographer of the Year, London, United Kingdom.
2010 Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year 2009, UK (photograph from Trees-Shadows-Dreaming series).