|Graduated Kaunas University of Technology, bachelor of
|Graduated A.Kacanausko music school, piano class.|
|Art director, advertising agency McCann Erickson (Vilnius, Lithuania).|
|Art director, advertising agency DDB (Vilnius, Lithuania).|
|Elected first artist for one year residence in International
|Copywriter /art director, advertising agency DDB (Vilnius,
|Graphic designer, software company Baltijos programine iranga (No
|Journalist for youth magazines Draze, Draugai. Responsible for
music, travel, competition sections and illustrations.|
|DJ and talk show leader for radio stations K.F, M-1 and Lietus.|
- 3rd prize in the 5th Kiev International Festival of Advertising (Ukraine);
- The best print ad of the year 2004, Lithuanian Festival of Advertising
- Silver prize, International Festival of Advertising Golden
Hammer (Latvia, 2004).
- Solo exhibition, gallery Eduardo Jakim and Diana Jakim, 2015, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- Group exhibition, “Panorama Buenos Aires”, Cultural Center Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina;
- Group exhibition "Kaunas - hanza city", Kaunas, Lithuania.
- Cultural Center Recoleta, “Mixturas – art show of the communities” 2011, 2012, 2014, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- Solo exhibition "Corners of the world", Cultural Center San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentina;
- Solo exhibition "Windows", Embassy of Lithuania in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- Solo exhibition "Water", gallery "Space-S", Tokyo, Japan.
- Solo exhibition "What goes around comes around", UNESCO exhibitions hall, Vilnius, Lithuania;
- Solo exhibition "What goes around comes around", Permanent Representation of Lithuania to the European Union, Brussels, Belgium.
- Group exhibition "Without a brandbook", gallery Artima, Vilnius, Lithuania.
- Group exhibition, Nishiaizu, Kunugiyama Shingo, Japan;
- Group exhibition, gallery 'Space-S', Tokyo, Japan;
- Nagoya, the 2005 world exposition AICHI, Lithuanian pavilion, Japan;
- Nishiaizu, Kunugiyama Shingo, Japan;
- Group exhibition, Aizu Wakamatsu, Japan;
- Group exhibition, sculptor’s Kentaro Sato residence, Toyomi, Niigata, Japan.