A freelancing writer and journalist, a reporter for Wysokie Obcasy, Pismo, Vogue and others, a PhD student at the Institute of Polish Culture of the University of Warsaw, she is a member of the fashion research team and the Holocaust remembrance team, for which she co-wrote Ślady Holokaustu w imaginarium kultury polskiej (2017). She is also the author of Modni. Od Arkadiusa do Zienia (collection of texts on post-1990 Polish fashion; 2015) and Wszyscy jesteśmy dziwni. Opowieści z Coney Island (collection of pieces of reportage written in the USA and nominated for Teresa Torańska award; 2018). She contributed to the reportage book from 2018 Przecież ich nie zostawię. O żydowskich opiekunkach w czasie wojny and Własny pokój (2019 commentary published by Osnova on Virginia Wolf and her A Room of One’s Own). She was also one of the writers behind Wanderlust – an English book and a computer game on travelling, which have been published by an indie start-up Different Tales and distributed worldwide. The Different Tales team was also nominated for Paszporty Polityki 2019.
With Sylwia Chutnik and Mateusz Kubik, she had the Barłóg Literacki YouTube channel dedicated to books and reading. She is a graduate of Polska Szkoła Reportażu. She is currently working on a reportage book on the role clothes and things played in concentration camps during the Shoah, which is going to be published next year by Czerwone i Czarne, and a collection of portraits of Polish women – innovators, icons, and educators – who have spreaded sexual knowledge among Poles. She creates podcasts for the Storytel platform. First one debuted in March 2020. She travels and sails with her husband, Mateusz Kubik – a photographer and a skipper.
pic. Mateusz Kubik