He was born in 1995 in Sevastopol in the family of glass artists. Since 2013, he has been residing and working in Lviv. In 2019, he obtained a master’s degree from the Department of Glass Art at the Lviv National Academy of Arts. He is the holder of 90+ awards for his creative works, including the Presidential Scholarship for his creative contribution to the development of culture in Sevastopol (twice in 2009 and 2011), and a regional nominal award named after Viacheslav Chornovil (Lviv, 2018). He is an active participant of international (Ukraine, Poland, Bulgaria, Germany, Israel, USA, Russia), regional and national exhibitions, symposiums and open airs. Also, he is a member of the ART-Module NGO. His works are kept in the collections of the Glass Museum in Lviv, Ukraine; the Greenwave Zhenjiang Glass Museum (China), the Rusa Karabiberov Gallery (Bulgaria), the Scientific Library of the Friedensau University of Applied Sciences (Germany); in the collections of the Lviv National Academy of Arts, private collections in Ukraine, Poland, Bulgaria, Germany, Russia and Israel. Today, he works actively also in easel painting. He took part in the competition for the 2018-2019 Professor Andriy Bokotey Award. In glass art, he experimented with various technologically sophisticated objects, as well as conceptual installations, which he filled with deep philosophical content. In painting, he chose an aesthetically balanced landscape direction, where he pays special attention to the coloristic solution.