Studied at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, in the Sculpture studio of Jiří Beránek, prof. Kurt Gebauer and Krištof Kintera. In his works he also uses knowledge gained during the studies of technical subjects: electrical engineering, mechanics as well as various industrial technological principles became the core defining the character of his creative output, where the spectator is invited into a world of "poetic industrialism".
The metal sculpture of Noha (Foot) is typical of the author’s work, combining the fascination with industrial poetics with the rational perception of the outer world. The shape and rhythm of the sculpture leads one to reflect on the essence of the construction of the world, but also to taking a seat or crawling. It may seem confusing, but according to the author, both approaches lead (albeit zigzagged and shyly, however determined) to the same goal. To what precisely, the author leaves open to the individual mind of every observer, sitter, reliever, refiner, etc.